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Gymnast Simone Biles Leads The U.S. Team To Rio

SAN JOSE, California, July 10 ― Simone Biles recorded yet another crushing victory at the U.S. Olympic women’s gymnastics trials on Sunday, sending a clear message to her rivals that Rio Games gold is her next target. The three-time reigning world all-around champion, who has not lost amajor competition since 2013, will lead a powerhouse U.S. squad into Rio that includes London Olympic gold medalists and Fi ...

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Tom Brady Stands Down, Will Accept Four-Game Suspension

It popped up on social media late Friday morning, the somewhat surprising, and frankly unspectacular concession of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady on his four-game suspension in the Deflate-Gate "scandal".... Follow Albert Breer ✔@AlbertBreer Patriots QB Tom Brady announces on Facebook his plans to move on from Deflategate ... 12:55 PM - 15 Jul 2016 199199 Retweets 132132 likes And there it was. ...

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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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Miami Dolphins: Help Liberty City With their Health in the Hood Project

Deserts are just as bad as they sound. They're in an area of land where there's little to no precipitation. They're often hot and humid. That alone makes living conditions hostile for plant and animal life. The lack rainwater causes, no food, no vegetation, and makes it difficult for survival. Food deserts, different but similar, are just as unpleasant. They're located in neighborhoods belong to Miami's mos ...

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