Not many football fans could’ve expected what transpired in Miami on Sunday afternoon.
Prosecutors have dropped all charges against former Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mark Super Duper after he was arrested in March for allegedly punching and slamming a teenager to the floor.
Former Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mark Super Duper was arrested Wednesday after allegedly punching and slamming a teenager to the floor.
Dozens of lawsuits from former NFL players were on full display in a federal court in Miami Thursday. The lawyers for the league are asking for the cases, which dealt with negligence and other charges, to be combined into one case.
Former Miami Dolphins star Mark Duper held a news conference Tuesday to document his recent health battle: renal cancer.
Former Miami Dolphins star Mark Duper announced Monday that he is battling cancer.
While the NFL and its current players continue to haggle over more than $9 billion in revenue, a group of retired players have filed suit saying the NFL hid the dangers of concussions for decades.