DAVIE, Fla. (AP) -Jason Taylor has another reason to dance.
Two weeks after announcing Taylor won't practice with the team through training camp, Dolphins coach Tony Sparano said Wednesday he told the six-time Pro Bowl defensive end that he and the organization want him back.
The new Dolphins regime, led by Bill Parcells, has been fuming for months that Taylor spent his offseason on the TV show ``Dancing With the Stars'' rather than working out with teammates.
But Sparano and Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland talked at a fundraising dinner for the defensive end's charity last weekend, and the two sides seem to have understanding.

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