After his first stint with CBS Sports Network, Taylor joined ABC's college football studio team, before leaving to work on philanthropic efforts. He founded the Aaron Taylor Impact Fund, which strives to bridge the gap between those who have and those who need. In the spring of 2001, Taylor participated in a five-month volunteer placement program and taught English to high school students in South America. Taylor currently resides in Southern California and has won several awards for his post-Tsunami work in Sri Lanka, mentoring children, and his work with athletes in transition.
Taylor was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the first round of the 1994 NFL Draft and was a member of the Packers’ Super Bowl XXXI championship team. Taylor was drafted out of the University of Notre Dame where he was an offensive lineman. He won the Lombardi Award and was a unanimous first-team All-America selection in 1993 as an offensive tackle. He also earned consensus All-America honors his junior season as an offensive guard. Taylor earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Notre Dame in 1994.