One Miami Dolphins legend will be replacing another in the team’s radio broadcast as an analyst.
Jason Taylor, a six-time Pro Bowler who was named to the Hall of Fame in 2017, will be replacing former Dolphins quarterback Bob Griese for Miami’s radio broadcast of the Dolphins’ 16 regular-season games, according to a source.
The Miami Herald was the first to report the changes being made to the broadcast booth. Neither the Dolphins or 560-WQAM have formally announced the move.
According to the Herald report, Griese, who is 75, has decided to step away from broadcasting games.