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Pedro Taylor, the father of slain Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor, met with coaches a day after the team's season ended with a 35-14 loss to the Seattle Seahawks in an NFC first-round playoff game at Qwest Field. Pedro Taylor, whose son died of a gunshot wound Nov. 27, arrived at Redskins Park around 10:15 a.m., stayed approximately 20 minutes and left carrying a poster of Sean Taylor and his teammates. Pedro Taylor then returned just before noon for a 40-minute visit. Afterward, Taylor said he spoke with Coach Joe Gibbs, assistant head coach-defense Gregg Williams, safeties coach Steve Jackson, assistant head coach-offense Joe Bugel and John Jefferson, director of player development. Pedro Taylor, the Florida City, Fla., police chief, was in the Washington area to be a guest on Comcast's pre- and postgame Redskins shows Saturday. Taylor publicly thanked the organization while meeting with reporters, expressing his appreciation for the support he and his family have received in the wake of his son's death. -- Washington Post

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