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  • Dolphins' rookies host Special Olympics athletes

    Fins first round draft pick Charles Harris, and other Miami Dolphins rookie class host Special Olympics Florida athletes from Broward and Miami-Dade counties to promote physical fitness in the South Florida community. Dolphins rookies will play flag football games and referee games with Special Olympics Florida athletes in grades 6th-12th.

Fins first round draft pick Charles Harris, and other Miami Dolphins rookie class host Special Olympics Florida athletes from Broward and Miami-Dade counties to promote physical fitness in the South Florida community. Dolphins rookies will play flag football games and referee games with Special Olympics Florida athletes in grades 6th-12th. Charles Trainor Jr. Miami Herald
Fins first round draft pick Charles Harris, and other Miami Dolphins rookie class host Special Olympics Florida athletes from Broward and Miami-Dade counties to promote physical fitness in the South Florida community. Dolphins rookies will play flag football games and referee games with Special Olympics Florida athletes in grades 6th-12th. Charles Trainor Jr. Miami Herald

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