Miami Dolphins personnel have visited Wembley Stadium ahead of their NFL regular-season game against the New York Giants on 28 October.
Taylor was in uniform as he got a feel for Wembley
Dolphins owner Wayne Huizenga, coach Cam Cameron and defensive end Jason Taylor were among those to take a tour of the 90,000-capacity venue.
Cameron said: "Everywhere we have gone, the people have been very welcoming,
"I've been pleasantly surprised by the depth of knowledge here. People know about our sport and our team."
Dolphins president Bryan Wiedmeier said. "It really is an impressive stadium and I think we are going to really feel at home here.
"With our fanbase in the UK and travelling fans from south Florida cheering us on, we expect the atmosphere to be outstanding."
The game will be only the second regular-season game to be played outside of the United States, following a 2005 game in Mexico City between Arizona and San Francisco.
Tickets for the game are going fast - almost 500,000 fans registered interest in buying tickets for the game and the first batch of 40,000 sold out in 90 minutes last month.