This article covers Charley Taylor Biography, Death, Net Worth, Salary, Wikipedia, Age, Wife, Children, Height, Weight, Real Name, Nationality, Education, and all facts.
- Full / Real Name: Charles Robert Taylor
- Nickname: Charles Taylor
- Gender: Male
- Nationality: American
- Age: 80 years (before his death)
- Date of Birth: September 28, 1941
- Place of Birth: Grand Prairie, Texas, United States
- Date of Death: February 19, 2022
- Place of Death: Virginia, United States
- Cause of Death: N/A
- Height: 6.23ft (1.9 m)
- Weight: 95 kg
- Wife: Patricia
- Children: Elizabeth, Erica, Charles Jr.
- Education: Arizona State University, Grand Prairie High School
- Wikipedia: Charley Taylor
- Salary: $68,000 per week, $3 million per year
- Net Worth: $10 Million.
Charley Taylor Biography
Charles Robert Taylor was an American professional footballer who was a wide receiver throughout 14 seasons with the Washington Redskins of the National Football League. Taylor was selected by the team during the opening round of 1964’s NFL Draft.
With Taylor, the Redskins were in the playoffs five times (1971-1974 and 1976). He made it to the Super Bowl once (VII) after their 1972 campaign. Taylor was inducted into Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1984.
He was born on September 28, 1941, in Grand Prairie, Texas, United States.
Taylor was the second of seven children, four females and three males. He was raised by his mother Myrtle and stepfather James Stevenson. Myrtle was a domestic, chef, butcher, and an owner of a restaurant and Stevenson created parts for airplanes.
Taylor began playing sports when he was in junior high school, and when he was in eighth grade, he was playing football, basketball, and competing in track.
High School Career
Taylor played football in high school at Dalworth High School (the school was formerly a black-only school that was segregated, which is currently an elementary school with named David Daniels. Dalworth High students moved to Grand Prairie High School).
He also participated in through the hurdles in high jumps and threw discus and shot put, and competed in the long jump with his track squad. The school didn’t have a baseball squad, however Taylor played in the summer league. Taylor received the honor of being named All-State in football and track.
Taylor played football in college in the state of Arizona State University in Tempe as a defensive back. Taylor was named as a member of make the All-Western Athletic Conference team as halfback. In the final year of his career, Taylor played in the East-West Shrine Game, the Hula Bowl, and the All-American Bowl.
He also took part in his first College All-Star Game against the Chicago Bears in August 1964 and was named the Most Valuable Player of the game. In the three seasons that he spent playing at ASU, Taylor gained 1,995 yards off scrimmage, and an average of 5.7 yards per run, and scored 25 touchdowns.
Taylor also was a third base player and pitcher as a member of The Sun Devils baseball team. But, in a baseball game, the player was struck on the knee by an errant line drive. This put an end to his baseball career. Taylor was admitted to the Arizona State Sports Hall of Fame as a founding member in 1975.
Charley Taylor Coaching Career
After his retirement, Taylor was hired to be employed in the Redskins the front office along with Bobby Mitchell as a scout. In the year Joe Gibbs became head coach in 1981, he picked Taylor as his receivers coach.
Taylor served as a coach until 1993 with Richie Petitbon, but was not retained by the new director of football Norv Turner until March 1994, bringing to an end thirty years with the team.
Charley Taylor Net Worth
Before his death, Charley Taylor net worth is estimated at $10 million. His salary was $68,000 per week, $3 million per year.
Charley Taylor Death
Charley Taylor died on February 19, 2022, in Virginia, United States, at age 80. His cause of death remains unknown by the time of writing this article, we’ll update this article once we get to know the cause of his death.