Police looking for 'Skins S Sean Taylor
Man, this guy just doesn't get it...
The Dade County Police Department is looking for Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor, a former Miami Hurricane star.
Police have not issued an arrest warrant against him and have not said specifically why they want to talk with Taylor.
A spokesman for the department said the department has contacted the Redskins and family and friends of Taylor and left word that Taylor should contact the department immediately. However, the spokesman said that there were no immediate plans to issue an arrest warrant against Taylor.
Earlier Friday, Detective Robert Williams, a public information officer for the department, said Taylor was "a person of interest" in an on-going investigation regarding an alleged crime, which Williams would not detail. According to Williams, "a person of interest" means Taylor could be a subject, victim or witness of an alleged crime and that the police department was looking for him.
Taylor's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, said earlier Friday that he had not spoken with Taylor and had no knowledge of any problems involving Dade County Police and Taylor.
Taylor was the Redskins' No. 1 pick (fifth overall) in the 2004 draft.