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John Taylor
Date of birth: October 21, 1925
Place of birth: Montreal, Quebec
Date of death: December 26, 2005
Career information
Position(s): E
College: McGill University
Organizations
As player:
1944
1946, 1948-51
St. Hyacinthe-Donnacona Navy
Montreal Alouettes
Career highlights and awards
Honors: 1944, 1949 - Grey Cup Champion

John Miles Taylor was a Grey Cup champion Canadian Football League player. He played offensive end.

A native Montrealer, Taylor played football with Montreal High School, and later attended McGill University.[1] He first won the Grey Cup with the champion St. Hyacinthe-Donnacona Navy team, and scored that game's only touchdown.[2] He was a player with the inaugural Montreal Alouettes in 1946 and was part of the Larks first Grey Cup championship. He played 38 games for the Als over 5 seasons.[3]

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