According to Chris Mortensen of ESPN, Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano would like to meet with Dolphins free agent Jason Taylor, before he makes his decision on whether or not he will join the rival New York Jets, who have shown interest in him lately.
Although Sparano would like to meet with JT, and have reportedly made plans to do so, JT has made no plans to hold any visits with Sparano, largely in part because he has heard nothing about this meeting.
This does of course not mean that Taylor will not be meeting with Sparano, but it does leave the possibility that JT may leave Sparano out to dry.
Sparano would like one last chance to try and sell JT on the fact that he should wait until the draft is over to get his contract from the Fins. It might pay off for JT, as he gets to stay down in Miami, where his home is, and the Dolphins have the flexibility to offer Taylor more money than the Jets do.
This visit could be the deciding factor in whether Taylor stays a Miami legend, or ventures into enemy territory.