There isn’t much in the way of details yet.
ASHBURN, Va. – Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor was the victim of a shooting at his Florida home, according to a statement released Monday by the team.
The brief statement from the Redskins said Taylor was undergoing treatment at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami and that Miami-Dade County police was investigating.
His family has asked that no information about his condition be released at this point, said Lorraine Nelson, a hospital spokeswoman.
Taylor, 24, is in his fourth season with the Redskins. He leads the team with five interceptions but has missed the last two games with a knee injury.
I wish Taylor a speedy recovery.
Taylor has had a history of off the field problems. From DUI to armed assault. At present it is too early to draw conclusions as to why Taylor was shot.
Update- AP is reporting Taylor is in critical condition.
MIAMI – Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor was in critical condition after he was shot at his Florida home Monday, police said.
Miami-Dade County police officers were dispatched to Taylor’s home at about 1:45 a.m. and found him shot. He was then airlifted to Jackson Memorial Hospital, police Detective Alvaro Zabaleta said. He didn’t know where on Taylor’s body he was shot.
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