The Miami Dolphins opened offseason team activities this week and even though you might need a depth chart to correctly identify all of the new faces, the team is excited about what the future holds.
It’s becoming almost an annual occurrence, the Miami Heat are in the Eastern Conference Finals again. Since 2005, the Heat have played in five of the nine Eastern Conference Finals and won two championships.
Former Miami Northwestern High School star Teddy Bridgewater will enter the 2013 season at Louisville as a strong contender for the Heisman Trophy. But, Bridgewater isn’t worried about a chase for the trophy.
The Miami Dolphins were expecting cornerback Jamar Taylor to compete immediately for a spot in the starting rotation at cornerback. But that competition has been put on hold thanks to a recent surgery.
Just as the Philadelphia Phillies welcomed back Ryan Howard from injury, the team may have lost Chase Utley. Delmon Young homered and Howard added three hits and three RBIs to help carry the Phillies to a 7-3 win over the Miami Marlins on Tuesday night.
The National Football League sent a message to South Florida and any other city hoping to host the Super Bowl Tuesday: put together public funding for our stadiums or don’t expect to host the big game.
The Miami Dolphins opened their offseason team activities Tuesday morning and had most of the team’s new players at the team’s facility in Davie.
It’s almost anti-climactic for South Florida at this point, but Tuesday, NFL owners will meet in Boston and vote on the sites to hold Super Bowl’s L and LI.
It’s been one-year in the making, but the Eastern Conference Finals will match up the Indiana Pacers and the Miami Heat starting Wednesday night. Both teams are ready for the matchup and there certainly isn’t any love lost between the two squads.
A little more than a quarter of the way through the 2013 Major League Baseball regular season, the Miami Marlins, to paraphrase former Arizona Cardinals coach Dennis Green, “are who we thought they were.”