Vanbiesbrouck, Thomas, Conine Headline 2015 Florida Sports Hall Of Fame InducteesThe Florida Sports Hall of Fame will induct nine distinguished honorees during a ceremony at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on Tuesday night.
Panthers To Honor 2015 Florida Sports Hall Of Fame InducteesThe Florida Panthers announced on Monday that they will be recognizing the 2015 Florida Sports Hall of Fame inductees at a future game.
Dungy: Expect Miami Dolphins 'To Play Better in November an December'
2015 Florida Sports Hall-of-Fame Inductees Announced
Dungy: Dolphins' 'Talent Level is There to Compete Now'
Seau, Bettis, Brown, Haley, Shields Voted Into Hall Of FameJunior Seau, Jerome Bettis, Tim Brown, Charles Haley and Will Shields were elected Saturday to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Simms, Dungy To Avoid Saying 'Redskins' On AirTwo influential NFL voices - including CBS lead analyst Phil Simms, who will handle Washington's Week 4 game - said Monday they likely won't use the term "Redskins" when discussing the franchise.
Reed, Strahan Steal Show At NFL HOF Ceremony Andre Reed delivered the emotion and managed to hook up for one more catch from Jim Kelly on the Pro Football Hall of Fame stage.
Martin Claims He Hasn't Spoken To Fins; Team Says DifferentMiami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin broke his silence about the alleged harassment he received from teammates, but there's also an unresolved issue based on the story he told to former NFL coach Tony Dungy, now an analyst for NBC.
Jonathan Martin Speaks Out Ahead Of Ted Wells ReportIn an exclusive interview with former NFL coach Tony Dungy, now an analyst for NBC and is an outside adviser for the Miami Dolphins looking into the allegations of harassment, Jonathan Martin said racial and aggressive talk made by multiple teammates played a role in him leaving the team.
Lovie Smith May Be Heading Back To TampaFormer Chicago Bears coach Lovie Smith is set to take on the challenge of rebuilding the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Fins Committee Has Quite A Mess To Clean UpThe mess that is the Miami Dolphins organization continued to deteriorate Monday, despite owner Stephen Ross speaking for the first time on the matter and announcing a new committee to look at the state of the team.