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On the Thursday, Aug. 29 episode of Sundial:

Hurricane Dorian

Miami Herald

The Miami Dolphins have had eight winning seasons in the last twenty years. And out of that same time they've been to the playoffs five times. In other words, South Florida fans have had little football to enjoy in a long time. 

This year they have a new coach and a new quarterback. So, does that give fans some hope? Sundial host Luis Hernandez spoke with Adam Beasley, the Dolphins reporter for the Miami Herald. He says don't count on it.

Associated Press

Nick Buoniconti, a Hall of Fame linebacker for the Miami Dolphins’ Super Bowl teams of the 1970s and an outspoken advocate for safety in his sport, has died, the Dolphins confirmed. The legendary defensive stalwart was 78 and The Palm Beach Post reported he had been admitted into hospice earlier this week.

Tom Hudson

Miami will be in the Super Bowl next year regardless if the Dolphins win or lose. It’s all but guaranteed.

The game returns to South Florida for the 11th time in 2020.

It will have been a decade since the last Super Bowl was played here. The game, and all the fanfare surrounding it, has gotten bigger. Supporters say the economics of the game remain strong. And the Dolphin's gamble to renovate the stadium worked.

Miami Dolphins Head Coach Adam Gase Fired

Dec 31, 2018
Al Diaz / Miami Herald

The Adam Gase era of Miami Dolphins football is over.

The Miami Herald has confirmed that that Gase has been fired after three years in Miami.

Gase went 23-25 in his three seasons with the Dolphins, but just 13-19 after a 10-6 opening season that resulted in a playoff berth.

Read more at our news partner, the Miami Herald

Charles Trainor Jr. / Miami Herald

Kenny Stills' on-field work has been well documented, but the Dolphins star wide receiver is now being recognized for his efforts off the field. 

His passion to combat inequality was recognized by SAVE, Miami Dade's largest LGBTQ organization. The group will present Stills with the Luminary Icon Award for his contributions to social justice. 

AP

The NFL’s two-month old national anthem policy is on hold.

Hours after The Associated Press reported that Miami Dolphins players who protest on the field during the anthem could be suspended for up to four games under a team policy issued this week, the league and the players union issued a joint statement late Thursday night saying the two sides are talking things out.

H. Wayne Huizenga, Billionaire Entrepreneur and South Florida Sports Icon, Dies At 80

Mar 23, 2018
Roy Erickson / Courtesy of Florida Memory

H. Wayne Huizenga’s father once offered his boy the kind of sage advice many parents give their children:

“You can’t make money working for somebody else.”

Huizenga, unlike many, listened. And learned.

CHARLES TRAINOR JR / Miami Herald

The Miami Dolphins are still waiting for Ryan Tannehill's MRI tests to come back. Things don't look good. According to Miami Herald's Armando Salguero, the Dolphin's quarterback has hyperextended his left knee, the same he injured last year.  

Salguero also says that there's the possibility that Tannehill may have suffered poster cruciate ligament damage. 

Do You Really Know South Florida Roads? You Sure?

Jul 5, 2017
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South Floridians drive, a lot. And for people who didn’t grow up here, are new to the area or just directionally challenged, navigating roads in South Florida can be difficult.

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This week on The Florida Roundup...

It's official: Coral Gables is the first city in Florida to enact a ban on plastic bags. Retailers are no longer allowed to supply them or they could be fined up to $500. This is just one of the new local government prohibitions on carrying containers.

Miami Herald

Late April is the only time football matters outside of the regular and post-seasons - It's the NFL draft, when teams try and make smart decisions, or try and look smart, and pick their future stars.

AL DIAZ / Miami Herald

The Miami Dolphins did not start the season with high expectations. There was a new coach. There were questions about quarterback Ryan Tannehill. It was believed that the team was, at best, a .500 team. Well, what a nice surprise.

Below, WLRN chats with Adam Beasley, who covers the Dolphins for the Miami Herald.

I want to know what did you really expect from this team and how would you rate the season as a whole?

Miami Herald

It wasn't pretty, but it was dramatic. The Miami Dolphins waited until the final five minutes of the game in Los Angeles to pull out the improbable victory. It was, dare I say, Tebow-esk. 

Now the Fins sit on a five-game winning streak and in second place in the AFC East. Don't worry, Patriots fans, we're not feeling that cocky that we think we'll catch you (though anything can happen). And all that talk six weeks ago about benching quarterback Ryan Tannehill, or trading players, or dismantling the team, is in the rearview mirror...for now.

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