The sudden end of the Dwyane Wade Era has diminished the Heat, whereas the Dolphins and Hurricanes prepare to begin new seasons with new coaches and high hopes. There is an opening for Miami to become a “football town” once again. But that will require either team to do what they haven’t in a long while: Excite us, and win big.
Cristian Garcia, a walk-on linebacker with the UF football team, was one of two witnesses who separated the man from the victim, police say. Garcia was a former standout at Belen Jesuit Preparatory School.
Just two weeks before the start of training camp, Dolphins owner Stephen Ross invited five players to New York for a three-day business seminar. There, they got a behind-the-scenes look at Ross’ many interests, as well as a tour of the NFL’s main office.
Miami Marlins outfielder Ichiro Suzuki is closing in on 3,000 hits. In the twilight of a career that is certain to land him in the Hall of Fame, he is bearing down on a feat accomplished only 26 times previously.
With training camp a week away we assess the Dolphins free-agent pickups, with analysis solicited from two former team evaluators who are now working for ESPN: former Tampa Bay general manager Mark Dominik and ex-Browns scout Matt Williamson (who has been prescient in past evaluations for us).
Crystal Dunn scored in the 15th minute and Carli Lloyd had her 88th career goal to help the United States women's team beat Costa Rica 4-0 on Friday night in its final game before the Rio Olympics next month.
On Wednesday, Cesar Odio — who won more games as Barry University’s men’s basketball coach than anyone in the history of the program — lost against the one behemoth he couldn’t completely conquer, passing away at the age of 58.
The International Olympic Committee must act decisively in the wake of another stunning report about the elaborate scope of a state-sanctioned covert doping program in Russia and ban the country from the upcoming Games in Rio.