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Jay Ajayi Ran the Miami Dolphins to Another Win

2014. Up until last Sunday, that was the last time that the Miami Dolphins had won back-to-back home games. Dressed up in their throwback jersey's the Dolphins played like it was 1972. In front of their crowd at Hard Rock Stadium, the Dolphins played up to expectations. In a huge turn of events, the Dolphins took home another win this season. The Dolphins defeated the Buffalo Bills 24-17. With the win, the ...

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Miami Dolphins Back to Their Winning Ways

The Miami Dolphins finally look like the team that we expected them to play like. Anytime the Miami Dolphins play a Super Bowl contending team at home, for some reason, they never let their fans down. On Sunday, the good news is that the Miami Dolphins showed us that they're not ready to lay down for the rest of the season. The Dolphins played with the type of hunger that we've been expecting the entire sea ...

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It’s October & the Miami Dolphins Season is Already Ending

Just when you think the Miami Dolphins are taking another step forward, they say "Nope, we're not there yet." The Miami Dolphins once again wet the bed in front of their crowd inside of Hard Rock Stadium. Their last home game, they played in an overtime thriller against the 0-3 Cleveland Browns. The Dolphins ultimately won that game on the legs of Jay Ajayi. However, on Sunday against the Tennessee Titans, ...

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When Will the Miami Hurricanes Become Championship Worthy?

Well, it didn't take long for everyone to realize the Miami Hurricanes weren't going to the College Football Playoff. Inside of Hard Rock Stadium, the No. 10 Miami Hurricanes got defeated by the No. 23 Florida State Seminoles 20-19. Between the two hated rivals, Florida State came away with their seventh straight win, which is the longest active streak between the two teams. For the Seminoles, this win turn ...

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The Miami Dolphins Create the RISE Tailgate to Inspire Change

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross created the RISE tailgate in order to help drive social progress and advance in race relations.  These days, it's a scary environment for people to live in, especially if you're an African-American male. People want to bring change, and they need to find a way to do it quickly. For a lot of African-American individuals, they've been unfairly treated by law enforcement. So w ...

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BankUnited & Jarvis Landry Are Holding a Contest for a Grand Prize

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry and corporate sponsor BankUnited have teamed up. They will provide a winning student a chance to win $1,000 cash. While teaming up with BankUnited, one of the corporate sponsors of the Miami Dolphins, wide receiver Jarvis Landry is holding a competition. Landry is helping full-time Florida students from ages 13 to 18 a chance to have a head start with their own per ...

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He pledged to build 58 homes in honor of his Baltimore Ravens #58 jersey number and went to Haiti before training camp to watch the first 24 of the 58 families move into their brand new homes. ...

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Miami Dolphins Give Largest Contribution to Cancer Research

The Miami Dolphins help give the largest contribution in their franchise's history through their Dolphins Cancer Challenge. The United States is the best nation in the world. Why not give to the second best nation? Donation. Cancer, the 21st Century Death Sentence  At this instance, cancer is such a deadly disease that can take anyone at random. Cancer has no favorites. It can claim mothers, brothers, loved ...

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Miami Dolphins 9th Annual 7-on-7 Football Tournament Recap

Another year, another successful event. The Miami Dolphins Youth Programs hosted over 1,300 student-athletes over the weekend. It was for their 9th annual Dolphins Academy Youth High School 7-on-7 Tournament. The three-day event kicked off on Friday, June 24 inside of the Don Taft University Center arena at Nova Southeastern University. The student-athletes attended a mandatory symposium led by the Ross Ini ...

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