Miami's Top 5: What you should know Tuesday

 
 
Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill reacts after he was sacked for the second time in the fourth quarter Monday night. Engulfed in scandal, the embattled Dolphins continued to plummet Monday night with a loss to the previously winless Buccaneers.
Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill reacts after he was sacked for the second time in the fourth quarter Monday night. Engulfed in scandal, the embattled Dolphins continued to plummet Monday night with a loss to the previously winless Buccaneers.
JOE RIMKUS JR. / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

1. The scandal-plagued Dolphinshanded the Tampa Bay Buccaneers their first season win while Dolphins owner Stephen Ross said before the game that he is ‘apalled’ by the bullying scandal.

2. Scott Rothstein’s wife, who faces sentencing on Tuesday, says she’s just another of the Ponzi schemer’s victims.

3. The Miami Marlins’ Jose Fernandez, whose 2.19 ERA was second-best in the majors, was the runaway winner of the NL Rookie of the Year award.

4. Miami Herald reporter Jim Wyss gives a first person account of his 48 hours in Venezuelan custody.

5. A WWII veteran was touched by random act of kindness when someone picked up a restuarant tab for him and he wants to express his gratitude.

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