The Jaguars drafted Fred Taylor out of the University of Florida in the first round of the 1998 NFL Draft. Against the Dolphins in a January 2000 playoff game, Taylor's 90-yard touchdown run was one of two that advanced Jacksonville to the AFC championship game.
Fred Taylor's 80-yard rush against the Panthers in 2007.
Bills defenders can't catch Fred Taylor in 2007 game.
Fred Taylor celebrates a touchdown against the Giants in 2007
Coach Jack Del Rio congratulates Fred Taylor during 2007 game.
Fred Taylor gained 234 yards against Pittsburgh in 2000.
Fred Taylor cleans out his locker at then end of the 2008 season, which would be his last in Jacksonville. He would play to more two seasons with the New England Patriots before retiring prior to the 2011 season.
On Sunday, Fred Taylor returns to lead the Jaguars onto the field.
Fred Taylor holds up Jaguars helmet he was presented as the second player to join The Pride of the Jaguars. During a ceremony at half time, he is presented a golden helmet and receives an ovation from Jaguars fans.
Fred Taylor's name is unveiled in EverBank Field as a member of the Pride of the Jaguars. The franchise's first-ever pick, Tony Boselli, and founding owner, Wayne and Delores Weaver, are the only other members of the team's ring of honor.