HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (AP) -Jason Taylor wants to play one more season, even if it's with the Miami Dolphins.
The six-time Pro Bowl defensive end denied reports Sunday that he demanded to be traded from the Dolphins, but did acknowledge for the first time that if Miami wants to move him, he would be receptive.
``I want to win in '08,'' Taylor said.
Taylor and the Dolphins have been estranged for weeks, partly over his decision to perform on ABC's ``Dancing with the Stars'' and not work out with teammates in South Florida. Last month, Dolphins coach Tony Sparano said Taylor would miss all minicamps and training camp, without elaborating why.
Taylor met with Sparano last week and said he has a good relationship with the Dolphins' new coach - but would not firmly commit Sunday to being with the Dolphins when training camp begins next month.

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