Newly unemployed linebacker Jason Taylor headed for the golf course Wednesday and said he hopes to re-sign with the New York Jets once the NFL's labor dispute is resolved.
The Jets released Taylor on Tuesday, but he said the parting with coach Rex Ryan was amicable. Taylor made his comments before teeing off in the Honda Classic pro-am as part of a foursome that included Jack Nicklaus, Tim Tebow and Kenny G.
Taylor and Tebow might have time for a lot of golf this spring, because an NFL work stoppage looms when the collective bargaining agreement expires this week. Tebow said he has made plans to work out with Denver Broncos teammates if there's a stoppage.
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