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Video: Lawrence Taylor is Getting Back to Having a Good Time

Lawrence Taylor was one of the most feared linebackers in the game when he played in the NFL. The 13-year veteran spent all of his time with the New York Giants, winning two Super Bowls, making 10-straight Pro Bowls from 1981-1990 and winning the MVP award in 1986.

Taylor was on hand at Nat Moore’s Golf Outing in Florida in March, helping out the good cause.

“Having a good time. A little slow but other than that, it is a great event. I do it every year,” Taylor told Joy Taylor of Class Act Sports.

The 1999 Hall of Fame inductee knows how important helping kids is, and looks up to Nat Moore.

“Nat has always been a fixture in the community. He does a lot of different things throughout the year and I’ve always been here to support him because in Miami, Nat is the Man,” Lawrence Taylor said.

[Get the video over at Class Act Sports]

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