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  • Sunday: Green Bay Packers (3-2) at Miami Dolphins (2-2), 1 p.m., Chs. 7, 29

    Sunday: Green Bay Packers (3-2) at Miami Dolphins (2-2), 1 p.m., Chs. 7, 29
    Kickoff: 1 p.m., Sun Life Stadium, Miami Gardens TV: Chs. 7, 29. Radio: WINZ (940 AM), WBGG (105.9 FM), WQBA (1140 AM, Spanish). Coaches: Joe Philbin (17-19, in third season with Dolphins); Mike McCarthy (91-52-1, in ninth season with Packers) Series:...
  • S. Florida has its own versions of the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame

    S. Florida has its own versions of the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame
    Did you know South Florida has its own versions of the Hollywood Walk of Fame? We decided to explore the area's honorary pathways to see who and what is there. Come and follow us on these short walks. — Johnny Diaz Fort Lauderdale Walk of Fame...
  • Fitness studio fundraiser helps dog rescue group

    Fitness studio fundraiser helps dog rescue group
    StudioB in Davie recently opened its doors for a Saturday afternoon of exercise and giving. The workout facility hosted Pilates, spinning, Xtend Ballet Barre and Spin Bands and Abs classes for monetary donations, which went to Everglades Abandoned Dog...
  • Family Theater, Shows and Concerts

    Family Theater, Shows and Concerts
    H2OMBRE Through Aug. 31. This show is a multi-sensory experience filled with exciting aerial acrobatics, heart-pumping music and over-the-top visuals. 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays-Sundays, plus a matinee at 3:30 p.m. and a late 10:30 p.m. show on Saturdays. ...
  • College coaches stress the need to 'shut 'er down'

     College coaches stress the need to 'shut 'er down'
    During the 2009 season, Urban Meyer began wasting away. The former minor league baseball player dropped from 217 pounds to 180. "I would get sick — physically ill," Meyer said for a piece on HBO's "Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel" that debuted this...
  • Hyde5: How much is continuity a Dolphins concern?

    1. Here’s how you win in the NFL: You get a coach and a quarterback. You put sound offensive and defensive systems in place. And you find players and build on those systems over years. If it takes, you win. If it doesn’t, well, look at the...
  • Chuck Noll dies at 82; coached Pittsburgh Steelers to four NFL titles

    The Pittsburgh Steelers, among the most successful franchises in professional sports, were nothing of the sort before Chuck Noll became their coach. In their 40 years of existence before Noll was hired in 1969, the Steelers had never won a postseason...
  • Hiring Marino makes such sense even Dolphins can do it

    Hiring Marino makes such sense even Dolphins can do it
    Take the lay-up, Steve Ross. Phone Dan Marino. Tap in the six-inch-putt for your franchise. Find Marino a role on your team. This is such a no-brainer even a Dolphins team that's exhibited few brains lately shouldn't screw it up. Marino was cut...
  • Tony Dungy and Joe Philbin discuss the Dolphins' bullying saga

    Tony Dungy and Joe Philbin discuss the Dolphins' bullying saga
    Former NFL coach Tony Dungy claims his recent conversation with Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin about his interview with disgruntled Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin wasn’t  confrontational. During a Tuesday morning interview...
  • Shula's steakhouse is still a winner

    Shula's steakhouse is still a winner
    I understand Don Shula can do no wrong among longtime Miami Dolphins fans. And at age 84, the South Florida treasure deserves every bit of adoration he receives. The rest of us, however, probably know him best from the always crowded expressway that bears...
  • Morrall, who led Colts to 1969 Super Bowl, dies

    Morrall, who led Colts to 1969 Super Bowl, dies
    Longtime NFL quarterback Earl Morrall, who filled in for an injured Johnny Unitas during the 1968 season and was named the league's Most Valuable Player for leading the Colts to the Super Bowl, died on Friday in Florida. He was 79. Morrall played 21 pro...