Latest Miami Dolphins NewsCBS4's Mike Cugno brings your the latest news about the Miami Dolphins.
Day 3 Of Dolphins CampInjuries reported at Dolphins camp
First Day In Pads For Players At Dolphins Training CampCBS4's Steve Goldstein reports on the latest developments out of Fins camp.
FHSAA: Fall Sports To Begin August 24CBSThe Florida High School Athletic Association on Friday approved allowing schools to start fall sports on Aug. 24, after a lengthy debate about how to move forward amid health concerns because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Miami Heat's Erik Spoelstra On New Playoff Slogan 'United In Black'The Miami Heat head into next week’s NBA playoffs with a new playoff slogan. Usually they go ‘White Hot’ but this time, it is ‘United in Black’ to tie-in to the fight for social justice.
Tua Tagovailoa Wears Ryan Fitzpatrick Jersey To His First Dolphins Press ConferenceCBS4's Steve Goldstein has more on what the Fins QB of the future had to say.
Inter Miami CF Signs Blaise MatuidiThe 33-year-old Matuidi joins Inter Miami following a 2019-20 season in which he helped lead Juventus FC to the Serie A title and the Round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League.
Miami Dolphins Uniform Patch Honors Legendary Coach Don ShulaThe patch will feature Shula’s name and “347” to signify his all-time career wins, the most in NFL history.
WEB EXTRA: Miami Dolphins Announce Jersey Patch to Honor Legendary Football Coach Don ShulaThe Miami Dolphins will honor legendary football coach and Pro Football Hall of Famer Don Shula by wearing a jersey patch during the 2020 season.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Doubles Down In His Support Of College Football Being PlayedDuring an appearance at Florida State University with football players and President John Thrasher, DeSantis also said the state would welcome athletes from schools in other states and conferences not planning to play this fall.
College Football Season In Jeopardy?CBS4's Steve Goldstein reports on the latest developments.
Broward Mayor Dale Holness Keeps 10 PM As Closing Time For RestaurantsBroward Mayor Dale Holness is holding firm with keeping 10 p.m. as closing time for restaurants in the county.
Marlins CEO Derek Jeter: No Salacious Activity By TeamCBS4's Steve Goldstein shares what Jeter had to say about the team's COVID-19 outbreak.
Heat Tells County It Can Use Arena As Safe Polling Place During COVID PandemicCBS4's Mike Cugno reports on the franchise's offer.
Dolphins Players Who Recovered From COVID-19 Donate Much-Needed Convalescent PlasmaCBS4's Steve Goldstein has more on how the Dolphins are helping in the fight against the coronavirus.
Marlins To Begin Daily Testing Schedule After Several Players Catch COVID-19CBS4's Jim Berry reports Major League Baseball has postponed all Marlins games through Sunday as a result.
Report: Four More Marlins Players Test Positive For COVID-19The Miami Marlins have a COVID-19 outbreak on their hands.
D'Eriq King Named Miami Hurricanes Starting QBMonday marked the first day of the team's second session of approved summer activities.
Fins Players Report To Facility For Start Of Training CampCBS4's Steve Goldstein reports rookies and veterans alike are hoping to get training camp off to a safe start.
Marlins Season Opener Called Off After Several Players Tested PositiveBrooke Shafer reports Marlins CEO Derek Jeter issued a statement that said the "health of our players and staff has been and will continue to be our primary focus."
Marlins Reportedly Test Positive For CoronavirusCBS4's Mike Cugno reports the players who reportedly tested positive were Jose Urena, Garrett Cooper, Harold Ramirez and Jorge Alfaro.
LeBron James Donating $100K To Help Ex-Felons In Florida Pay Their Debts So They Can VoteFormer Miami Heat superstar LeBron James might have taken his basketball skills to the West Coast, but he continues to have an eye on Florida by committing $100,000 to the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition to help ensure felons are able to regain the right to vote.
WEB EXTRA: A Chat With AP's Tim Reynolds About The Miami Heat From Inside The NBA BubbleCBS4's Mike Cugno chats with the AP's Tim Reynolds about how the Miami Heat looked after their first exhibition game and how the team is handling life inside the NBA bubble in Orlando.
South Florida Coaches, School Board Members Bashing FHSAA’s Vote To Move Forward With Fall SportsCBS4's Mike Cugno reports the move could potentially eliminate local schools from postseason contention.

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