Sean Taylor to become third player in Washington Football Team franchise history to have jersey number retired
ASHBURN, Va. -- The Washington Football Team will retire late safety Sean Taylor's No. 21 jersey, making him only the third player in franchise history to receive such an honor.
Taylor's jersey number will be retired during a ceremony before Sunday's home game against the Kansas City Chiefs. The team also announced Thursday that a road leading to the stadium will be renamed "Sean Taylor Road."
Washington's players also will wear a No. 21 decal on their helmets Sunday.
Taylor will join Sammy Baugh (No. 33) and Bobby Mitchell (No. 49) as the only Washington players to have their jersey numbers retired. Other numbers such as Darrell Green's No. 28, Art Monk's No. 81 and John Riggins' No. 44 have not been worn since those players retired. All …
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