NFL Hall of Fame wide receiver Charley Taylor dies

Pro Football Hall of Fame wide receiver Charley Taylor has passed away at the age of 80, the Washington Football Team commander officially announced Saturday.

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Charley Taylor played for the Washington Football Team during the 1964-1977 season and was an 8-time Pro Bowl pick with 10,598 yards and 90 touchdowns. He played both running back and wide receiver for the first three years of his career before settling on the spot.

Washington Football Team made the playoffs from 1971 to 1974, and also reached the first Super Bowl in team history in the 1972 season. Charley Taylor had seven catches for 146 yards and two touchdowns in the 26-3 National League Championship win over the Dallas Cowboys.

Charley Taylor didn’t win the Super Bowl as a player, but he did three times as a wide receiver coach for the Washington Football Team from 1983-1993. His coaches include Hall of Famer Art Monk, Pro Bowl players Gary Clark, Charlie Brown and others.

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