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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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Why the Miami Dolphins Are on the Right Track

The Miami Dolphins had a rough start to begin the year losing to New England and Seattle. With the win against Cleveland, the Dolphins are once again on the right track.  We're only two weeks in and the Miami Dolphins season couldn't be more of a big question mark. After the first two games, people thought it was the same typical Dolphins. Watching their opening season game to Seattle was tough. The team on ...

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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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Dolphins Cancer Challenge VII registration to open for cancer fighters

The Miami Dolphins announced registration for the Dolphins Cancer Challenge VII (DCC VII) began July 15, 2016. DCC VII is slated to take place in South Florida the weekend of Feb.10-11, 2017. ...

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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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Miami Dolphins: Helping Kids Stay Fit With Their Gatorade Junior Training Camp

If you were a car, what type of car would you be? It was that simple question that sparked the minds of children at Barbara Hawkins Elementary School in Miami Gardens for the Miami Dolphins Gatorade Junior Training Camp. Two of the Dolphins alumni, including Louska Polite and Troy Drayton, who's now a Youth and Community Programs Manager with the organization, asked that question to the children. One of the ...

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Miami Dolphins: Larry Little Inducted into Hometown Hall of Fame

What happens when dreams come true? Playing in the National Football League is a goal that most aspire to achieve when they start playing organized football. Actually achieving that goal and playing in the league is a feeling that some will only get to embrace. Playing for one's hometown professional team is a feeling that most will never get to see. Larry Little, on the other hand, got to do exactly that. ...

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Miami Dolphins: Helping Students Change Lives & Graduate With City Year

Life is precious. That's why as soon as we're born it begins the countdown. What we're counting down is the seconds, minutes and hours until we pass away and move on from Earth. That's why during those valuable moments while we're alive, we should act as our brother's keeper. It's in those moments in which we give back to our family, our community, and our world that will leave a lasting impact on Earth lon ...

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