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Fourth man pleads guilty in slaying of former NFL player

The fourth man involved in the slaying of former University of Miami and Washington Redskins football star Sean Taylor will serve 30 years in prison. Charles Wardlow pleaded guilty Wednesday, eight years after he and four other young men from Fort Myers, Fla., broke into Taylor's Palmetto Bay, Fla., home, fatally shooting the pro safety during a botched burglary that stunned the sports world. Wednesday's plea deal means that only one defendant, Timmy Brown, who is Wardlow's cousin, awaits trial. "Four down, one to go," said Taylor's father, Pedro Taylor, Florida City Police Chief. His son would have celebrated his 32nd birthday on Wednesday. Considered a homegrown sports hero, Taylor...

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