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Miami Dolphins Cancer Survivor Carla Hill is an Inspiration

It's been said that character, like a photograph, develops in darkness. It's during those dark times in life when we see our true character. For Carla Hill, she's been developing in the darkness. Hill, who's a former Miami Dolphins cheerleader has been in the middle of a health crisis for the last decade. After being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005, she’s now a two-time breast cancer survivor. She's al ...

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Super Bowl committee honors Gerald Irons

One of the people honored was 10 year NFL veteran and University of Maryland Eastern Shore Athletic Hall of Famer, Gerald Irons ...

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Williams Dandy wins Championship

The William Dandy Wildcats took on the Driftwood Cardinals at Stranahan High School. The Wildcats won 41 to 30. ...

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Ready or Not Miami Dolphins, Here Come the Playoffs!

Do the Miami Dolphins look playoff ready?   Who knows. One thing’s for certain, it’s good news they don’t play the New England Patriots in their first round matchup. On Sunday during the 103rd installment of the two rivals, the Patriots took the Dolphins behind the woodshed and got the 35-14 win. “We have to learn from this,” head coach Adam Gase said. New England lost their previous three meetings in Miami ...

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Ex-NFL player shot, killed in possible road-rage incident

Ex-NFL player shot, killed in possible road-rage incident Joe McKnight of the New York Jets in action against the Buffalo Bills during their game on Nov. 27, 2011 at MetLife Stadium.                   (GETTY IMAGES/AL BELLO)       NEW ORLEANS — Former NFL football player Joe McKnight was shot and killed following some type of auto-involved incident Thursday afternoon in Terrytown, John Curtis Christian High ...

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After game interview with coaches

After game interview with coaches ...

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Miami Dolphins announce week 10 youth programs awards with partner Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality (RISE)

The Miami Dolphins and the Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality (RISE) recognize the week 10 youth football players, coach and parent who have demonstrated their commitment to being leaders on and off the field: ...

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Former pro baseball player Omar Washington training Black youth for the big leagues

Former pro baseball player Omar Washington training Black youth for the big leagues ...

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Miami Dolphins Are Rolling, Winners of Three Straight Games!

They say that rivalry games bring out the best in you. When the Miami Dolphins took on the New York Jets on Sunday, the game was a shootout. The only problem was each team kept shooting themselves in the foot. In this error-filled game of, “Here, no you win the game” the home team Dolphins came victorious. With the 27-23 win on Sunday, the Dolphins have no won three consecutive games for the first time sinc ...

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