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When the Miami Dolphins open training camp on Saturday they could be without a major piece to the 2013 puzzle. First-round defensive end Dion Jordan remains unsigned as his agent and the Dolphins continue negotiations, but the No. 3 overall pick in the …Share Tweet
Rick Barry Says Ray Allen Traveled On Clutch NBA Finals Game 6 Three-Pointerdimemag.com Jul 19, 2013NBA legend Rick Barry told 640 Sports in Miami that Ray Allen traveled on his miraculous Game 6 three-pointer against San Antonio in the NBA Finals. During that game, the Spurs had it wrapped up before crumbling down the stretch (remember all those Miam…Share Tweet
Ray Allen credits ‘the media’ for creating hordes of bandwagon Miami Heat fansyahoo.com Jul 19, 2013There are Miami Heat fans everywhere. They may not bother to show up for the first quarter of home playoff games, but any trip to a grocery store in burgs either big or small will likely result in some sort of Heat paraphernalia making its way pass your…Share TweetWill Ryan Tannehill lead the Dolphins to the playoffs in 2013? With the Dolphins reporting to training camp tomorrow, today is the last day of the NFL offseason. What better way to bring in football season here at Dolphins Gab than to unveil my predicti…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Jul 19, 2013A vote for DE Mario Williams as the most important player on the Bills. Dolphins CB Brent Grimes says he is treating the home opener against his old teammates with the Falcons as “just another game.” ESPNBoston.com gives LB Steve Beauharnais a 70 percen…Share Tweet
Training camp storylinesJul 19How will Monte Kiffin shore up the Cowboys' defense? Big D is just one stop for Willie McGinest and Warren Sapp as they also highlight the top training camp storylines in Miami, Seattle and Tampa Bay.
Brewers Blank MarlinsJul 19Kyle Lohse tossed six scoreless innings in the Brewers' 2-0 win over the Marlins.
The Forum: Lakers Eye LeBron, MeloJul 19Mark Willard and Arash Markazi discuss whether it is realistic that the Lakers could sign Carmelo Anthony and LeBron James.