Sean Taylor Coaster


Sean Taylor Coaster

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10 Fun Facts about Sean Taylor

  1. Sean Taylor was born on April 1, 1983 in Miami, Florida. He was a part of the University of Miami’s football team from 2001 to 2003 before entering the NFL draft in 2004.
  2. Taylor was selected by the Washington Redskins as the fifth overall pick in the 2004 NFL Draft, becoming the highest-drafted safety at that time since 1965.
  3. In addition to being an incredibly talented football player, Taylor also had a passion for music and was known for creating his own compositions and producing hip-hop songs with his friends.
  4. In 2006, Taylor made his first Pro Bowl appearance alongside seven other Redskins players, setting a franchise record at that time. He went on to make three additional Pro Bowl appearances over the course of his career.
  5. During his career, Taylor recorded 12 interceptions and 28 pass deflections while recovering four fumbles as well as defending 1,117 yards and scoring five touchdowns throughout six seasons with Washington Redskins until 2007 when he passed away due to complications from a gunshot wound he received during a home invasion robbery attempt days prior.
  6. According to Talib Kweli Greene, founder of the Sean Taylor Memorial Foundation, “Sean embodied hard work and dedication and put everything he had into every play.”
  7. His number 21 is one of only two jersey numbers retired by the Washington Redskins along with Sammy Baugh’s number 33 jersey which was retired in 1952 after his retirement from professional football upon life’s completion in 2008 .
  8. On December 4th 2011, The University of Miami Hurricanes football team permanently retired his number 26 jersey by placing it on top of their Orange Bowl column surrounded by five banners representing each other UM alum who were sent off to NFL Pro Football Hall Of Fame inductees (Michael Irvin , Warren Sapp , Ray Lewis , Jim Ottis Anderson & Vinny Testaverde)
  9. Taylor posthumously received numerous awards such as Walter Payton Man of The Year 2006 and ESPY Comeback Player Of The Year Award 2007 both presented by ESPN plus FedEx Air & Ground Player Of The Week Award in October 2006 all adding up nationally renowned recognition for not only his manhood but most importantly; legacy!
  10. During Super Bowl xxvi held at MetLife Stadium in early February 2020 – artists Jhene Aiko & Big Sean dedicated their musical performance ‘Body Language’ paying respects to their friend and great athlete Sean Jerome Taylor .

Coasters are an ideal home décor accent, crafted with attention to detail and quality. Each coaster boasts an authentic card hand-mounted onto the high-quality ceramic tile measuring 4.25 x4.25 inches in size and 0.25 inches thick. The card may not always be the one pictured, as it depends on the current inventory.  However each card is carefully curated by Jake and Dean and the beauty and character is sure to impress! The tiles are then sealed with a bio-based resin for unbeatable protection, while the natural cork backing gives it that finished touch and makes it easy to showcase anywhere.


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