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At the Australian Open, tennis joins its sports brethren on a new surface: Data analytics

The Australian Open, once the clear laggard among the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments, has regained its luster by expanding relentlessly and taking chances. It was the first major tournament to build a stadium with a retractable roof and is now the first with three such stadiums. This year, it will become the first Grand Slam event to sell a small block of on-court tickets that will allow spectators...
Report: Miami Dolphins assistant line coach Washburn headed to Bears

Report: Miami Dolphins assistant line coach Washburn headed to Bears

Jeremiah Washburn. (Photo by NFL Photos) Jeremiah Washburn, the Dolphins’ assistant offensive line coach, is leaving to become line coach of the Chicago Bears, The Sporting News reported Monday night.
A look at Miami Heat’s next challenge — the James Harden-led Rockets and their prolific offense

A look at Miami Heat’s next challenge — the James Harden-led Rockets and their prolific offense

Houston Rockets’ James Harden (13) drives around Orlando Magic’s Aaron Gordon (00) during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Friday, Jan.
Dallas Cowboys, Super Bowl champs tattoo? Is this guy a comedian? (Actually, he is)

Dallas Cowboys, Super Bowl champs tattoo? Is this guy a comedian? (Actually, he is)

Jordan Garnett, a stand-up comedian from Boynton Beach, shows off his newly inaccurate Dallas Cowboys tattoo.
Miami Heat granted extra roster spot under hardship rule with plan to use it to sign Okaro White

Miami Heat granted extra roster spot under hardship rule with plan to use it to sign Okaro White

MIAMI — Injuries have hurt the Heat since the start of the season. But for once, Miami will benefit — even if just a little — from its long list of injuries.
Three things to watch this week: Miami Heat get first look at James Harden

Three things to watch this week: Miami Heat get first look at James Harden

  Houston Rockets guard James Harden reacts to a foul during Friday’s game against Memphis.
Could Obama's golfing options depend on his Middle East policy?

Could Obama's golfing options depend on his Middle East policy?

Anger over the Obama administration's stance on Israel has triggered a nasty fight at a predominantly Jewish country club in the Washington suburbs over whether to offer a membership to the president after he leaves office.  Some members of the Woodmont Country Club, in Rockville, Maryland, are particularly furious about Obama's decision last month not to veto a U.N. Security Council resolution...
Cubs hold one more celebration, and gear up for a repeat

Cubs hold one more celebration, and gear up for a repeat

When the Chicago Cubs chairman, Tom Ricketts, took the stage Friday night to kick off the team’s annual winter fan convention, it was hard to ignore that it was, after all, Friday the 13th. But after November’s World Series triumph, which ended 108 years of confounding misery, anything superstitious no longer applies, at least when it comes to the Cubs. Instead, Ricketts promised the throng...
To return strong, Federer looks to Nadal

To return strong, Federer looks to Nadal

Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, deeply linked in their own minds and the public’s for more than a decade, have even more in common now. Until 2016, Nadal was the only one of the two tennis superstars who had dealt with significant injuries, who understood how it felt to watch major events unfold from a distance as his rivals held up the championship trophies. But Federer is now, for better or...
St. Louis stands tall as Lightning's greatest, most inspiring player

St. Louis stands tall as Lightning's greatest, most inspiring player

He was the biggest man in town Friday night. Marty St. Louis, 41, who proved so many people wrong in his extraordinary NHL career, who propelled the Lightning from low comedy to a Stanley Cup in 2004, who went away but never left this franchise's history, was again in the middle of the action at Amalie Arena. Marty always came up big in big moments. This time, with words, with feeling, with tears...
Longtime Islanders voice makes it a 50-year career

Longtime Islanders voice makes it a 50-year career

Before a 28-year-old Canadian broadcaster named Ken McDonald could become the play-by-play voice of the Los Angeles Kings in 1967, Jack Kent Cooke, owner of the NHL expansion team, decided that McDonald needed a nickname. Everyone in hockey had one, after all. One of five finalists for the job, McDonald had been asked on an application to submit his nickname. McDonald left the space blank. This apparently...
Half Mary? Clutch Rodgers leads Packers past Cowboys 34-31

Half Mary? Clutch Rodgers leads Packers past Cowboys 34-31

Aaron Rodgers didn't need another Hail Mary this time. Maybe just call it a "Half Mary." Rodgers threw a 36-yard pass to a toe-dragging Jared Cook on the sideline, and Mason Crosby kicked a 51-yard field goal on the next play as time expired, sending the Packers to the NFC championship game with their eighth straight win while thwarting a Dallas rally in a 34-31 victory in the divisional...
I'll have the usual: Patriots advance to AFC title game

I'll have the usual: Patriots advance to AFC title game

Short nights and short offseasons. It's the Patriot way. New England has advanced to the AFC championship game for a record sixth year in a row and the 11th time in 16 seasons. With one more win, the Patriots (15-2) would play in their seventh Super Bowl since 2001. But to find out who was still in their way, they had to wait until Sunday's game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Pittsburgh Steelers...
Check out who Erik Spoelstra picks for his Dream 3-on-3 Team of retired Miami Heat players

Check out who Erik Spoelstra picks for his Dream 3-on-3 Team of retired Miami Heat players

  Tim Hardaway and Alonzo Mourning. MIAMI – Udonis Haslem has no interest in playing in a 3-on-3 league when he retires but certainly would tune in, as would Heat coach Erik Spoelstra, who has one concern.
Heat guard Josh Richardson ‘week-to-week’ with foot injury; forward Okaro White expected to join team

Heat guard Josh Richardson ‘week-to-week’ with foot injury; forward Okaro White expected to join team

    Heat guard Josh Richardson shoots against Hawks guard Tim Hardaway Jr. in a game this season in Miami.
Steelers' Bell finds success on the ground by not rushing

Steelers' Bell finds success on the ground by not rushing

About three times every week, Larry Caper sees the text from his former Michigan State teammate. "Wanna play?" Le'Veon Bell will ask. They both open the SocialChess app on their phones. They have played 48 games since October, so Caper knows what to expect. Bell holds back his queen, rooks and bishops, exercising patience with action pieces until he senses an opening. He anticipates and...
National rallies to win annual all-star football game

National rallies to win annual all-star football game

For Palm Beach Gardens quarterback Eli Mathews and a handful of his Gators’ teammates, Saturday’s 21st annual High School All-Star Football Game was an opportunity to face cross-town rival Dwyer one more time before graduation. The same went for Pahokee’s Archie Johnson and Roy McKay, who lined up opposite Muck Bowl opponents Glades Central in the National Team’s 24-17 win...

Junior League golf event focuses on importance of diversity in sport

The Sandhill Crane Golf Club played host to a special golf competitive skills event Saturday that was sponsored by the PGA of America and the Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity to celebrate their highly successful Junior League golf pilot program partnership. Created to cultivate diversity in junior golf across the nation, this first-time program — held at seven junior golf facilities throughout Florida...
No. 11 North Carolina beats No. 9 Florida State 96-83

No. 11 North Carolina beats No. 9 Florida State 96-83

North Carolina kept shifting in and out of small lineups, driving to the rim and heading to the boards on every shot. Being down a big man and facing a highly ranked opponent with more size didn't deter the 11th-ranked Tar Heels, either. "That's our knack really," junior swingman Theo Pinson said, "just go out there and compete." Joel Berry II scored 26 points and UNC snapped No...
Falcons and Patriots favorites as NFL playoffs resume

Falcons and Patriots favorites as NFL playoffs resume

The Falcons get the weekend started hosting the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC divisional playoff game, while the Patriots are heavy favorites in the night game hosting the Houston Texans. Both games are rematches of regular season meetings: the Seahawks beat the Falcons 26-24 in Week 6 in Seattle and the Patriots shut out the Texans 27-0 in Week 3. Seattle hopes it can replicate the performance of its...
Miami Heat: We answer 5 important questions at season’s halfway point

Miami Heat: We answer 5 important questions at season’s halfway point

Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside sits on the court during the second half of an NBA basketball game against the San Antonio Spurs, Sunday, Oct.
Reed leads Miami past reeling Pittsburgh 72-46

Reed leads Miami past reeling Pittsburgh 72-46

Davon Reed didn't think to look up even as the minutes passed and Pittsburgh struggled to find any sort of open look against Reed and the rest of his Miami teammates. "We weren't even playing the score," Reed said. "We were just playing defense and the score just reflected it." And then some. Reed finished with 18 points, Bruce Brown added 17 and the Hurricanes held the Panthers...
Luke Babbitt has best game as a member of the Miami Heat

Luke Babbitt has best game as a member of the Miami Heat

  The Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo reaches for the ball against the Heat’s Luke Babbitt during Milwaukee’s victory Friday.
Coach Erik Spoelstra keeping spirits buoyed as losses mount for Miami Heat

Coach Erik Spoelstra keeping spirits buoyed as losses mount for Miami Heat

  Miami’s Goran Dragic drives against Milwaukee’s Malcolm Brogdon and Greg Monroe during the Bucks’ victory Friday.
What the Chargers' move to LA means for Raiders and 49ers

What the Chargers' move to LA means for Raiders and 49ers

So it is real. The San Diego Chargers will be moving to Los Angeles for the 2017 NFL season and beyond. After first being reported by ESPN and the San Diego Union Tribune, the announcement became official Thursday.  Anyone shocked? Show of hands?  Thought so. San Diego owner Dean Spanos has been threatening to do this for so long, I think Jed York was taking accountability for his eighth-grade...
Five takeaways from the Miami Heat’s 116-108 loss at the Milwaukee Bucks

Five takeaways from the Miami Heat’s 116-108 loss at the Milwaukee Bucks

Milwaukee’s’ Giannis Antetokounmpo, shoots against Miami’s Rodney McGruder during the first half of the Bucks victory Friday in Milwaukee.
Update: Still no ruling from state on stripping Pahokee of state championship

Update: Still no ruling from state on stripping Pahokee of state championship

Update: 11:30 a.m. ET, Jan. 16, 2017 The Florida High School Athletic Association did not issue a formal ruling Friday that it was stripping Pahokee of the Class 1A state football championship it won last month, as was expected.  School District of Palm Beach County spokeswoman Kathy Burstein said Friday she had not heard from the FHSAA, while the organization did not respond to a request for...
Birds flock to new spring training ballpark in West Palm Beach

Birds flock to new spring training ballpark in West Palm Beach

The St. Louis Cardinals won’t be the only birds visiting The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches this spring. Chances are baseball fans attending Houston Astros and Washington Nationals games at the $148 million spring training complex south of 45th Street in West Palm Beach will see plenty of crows, too. And common grackles and seagulls and perhaps even great egrets, great blue heron and bald...
West Palm Beach man part of history-making pro sports franchise

West Palm Beach man part of history-making pro sports franchise

Joe Eichner never planned on being a part of rugby history. Baseball was the Geneva native’s sport of choice. He cheered for the New York Yankees, idolized Derek Jeter and manned third base and right field for the Oviedo High Lions. But a new athletic fire burned during his time at the University of North Florida. Rugby became a passion, then a profession, taking Eichner, who now lives in West...

Marlins reach deals with 5 arbitration-eligible players

The Marlins have rewarded reliable All-Star closer A.J. Ramos with a $6.55 million contract as Miami reached agreement on one-year deals with five of its six arbitration-eligible players Friday. Ramos recorded 40 saves in 2016 and is expected to anchor a bullpen that could be the Marlins' strength. His new deal includes a $25,000 bonus for another All-Star selection. Right-hander Tom Koehler received...

Officials and teammates restrain Willie Reed after the Heat center got into an altercation with the Lakers’ Jordan Clarkson last Friday in Los Angeles.
Seven bold predictions about the 2017 college football season

Seven bold predictions about the 2017 college football season

All the orange and blue confetti has been swept up at Raymond James Stadium and the Clemson Tigers are back home with the College Football Championship trophy. So now it’s time to look ahead to the 2017 college football season: Three preseason title contenders Alabama. Five or six first-round draft picks gone, and it won’t matter Ohio State. 11-2, playoff-bound with one of the least experienced...
Miami Dolphins had NFL’s third-worst offensive line (says Pro Football Focus)

Miami Dolphins had NFL’s third-worst offensive line (says Pro Football Focus)

Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill  is assisted to his feet by Miami Dolphins guard Billy Turner after another hit from the Tennessee Titans at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens.
Celebrating is more egregious than hit on Miami Dolphins’ Matt Moore? Really, NFL?

Celebrating is more egregious than hit on Miami Dolphins’ Matt Moore? Really, NFL?

Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker Bud Dupree (48) hits Miami Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore (8) during the first half of an AFC Wild Card NFL football game in Pittsburgh, Sunday, Jan.
One national host calls Heat ‘a mess’ and ‘irrelevant,’ doubts they can rebuild quickly

One national host calls Heat ‘a mess’ and ‘irrelevant,’ doubts they can rebuild quickly

  Has LeBron James ruined the Heat because of his friendship with Dwyane Wade? Fox Sports personality Colin Cowherd’s week got off to a rough start with Clemson coach Dabo Swinney calling him a fraud.
Steve Shepherd and ‘Dangerous Dave’ Lewter join Florida Boxing Hall of Fame

Steve Shepherd and ‘Dangerous Dave’ Lewter join Florida Boxing Hall of Fame

“Kickboxing is boxing, plus you kick,” Steve Shepherd said. “That’s it.” A five-time world kickboxing champion during his younger years and a promoter of major cards in both sports later on, Shepherd doesn’t draw huge distinctions between the two disciplines.
Why Scherzer's ring finger fracture could help in the long run

Why Scherzer's ring finger fracture could help in the long run

When Max Scherzer decided not to play in the World Baseball Classic because of what he and the team called a "stress fracture in his right ring finger," something seemed odd. Scherzer is not one to be derailed by minor impediments such as a sore knuckle. Plus, he did not pitch like an injured man down the stretch of what became a Cy Young Award-winning season. But official word from Scherzer...
Clemson got the victory, others will get the spoils

Clemson got the victory, others will get the spoils

So just what do you do with 144 "Alabama National Football Champions" T-shirts? With the big game over and most fans already departed, Tampa on Tuesday remained a town festooned with banners, street-lamp signs and memorabilia from the College Football Playoff national championship. Huge posters of Clemson and Alabama players still hung over the entrance to the Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel...
Posada in danger of falling off future Hall of Fame ballots

Posada in danger of falling off future Hall of Fame ballots

In the center of a sun-filled atrium, at the far end of the plaque gallery at the Baseball Hall of Fame, you will meet the first class of inductees from 1936. Only five players made it then: Ty Cobb, Walter Johnson, Christy Mathewson, Babe Ruth and Honus Wagner. Even Cy Young, with his 511 career victories, had to wait. In the eight decades since, only 46 more players have been elected by the writers...
Clowney's work helps Texans to divisional round

Clowney's work helps Texans to divisional round

After missing last year's playoff game with an injury, Jadeveon Clowney turned Houston's wild-card win over the Raiders into his NFL coming-out party.   Clowney's first career interception underlined why he was drafted first overall in 2014.   The play itself was spectacular. The 6-foot-5, 270-pound defensive end batted the ball with one hand before tipping it with the other and...
Comeback falls short: Miami Hurricanes basketball loses 67-62 to Notre Dame

Comeback falls short: Miami Hurricanes basketball loses 67-62 to Notre Dame

Davon Reed after Miami’s loss to Notre Dame (Matt Porter) [UM dismisses forward Michael Gilmore] [Critical stretch for Hurricanes basketball begins] [UM football ranked 20th to end 2016 season] [Miami given 14th-best odds for 2017 national title] [Who succeeds Kaaya as UM QB?
Basketball: Miami Hurricanes dismiss VCU transfer Michael Gilmore

Basketball: Miami Hurricanes dismiss VCU transfer Michael Gilmore

Michael Gilmore #11 of the Virginia Commonwealth Rams celebrates points in the second half against the Oklahoma Sooners during the second round of the 2016 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament at Chesapeake Energy Arena on March 20, 2016 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Miami Dolphins’ fiery Matt Burke: The (Jim) Schwartz will always be with me

Miami Dolphins’ fiery Matt Burke: The (Jim) Schwartz will always be with me

Matt Burke (right), the coaching the Detroit Lions’ linebackers, consults with coach Jim Schwartz during a game against Arizona in 2013.
Ineligible player might cost Pahokee state football championship

Ineligible player might cost Pahokee state football championship

Pahokee waited eight years to claim its seventh state football championship. On Thursday, the school was told it might have to give it back. The Florida High School Athletic Association notified the school that it would have to vacate the Class 1A state title it won last month in Orlando because of an ineligible player, pending appeal. That player was in his fifth year of play, which violates FHSAA...
Ex-linebackers coach Matt Burke named Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator

Ex-linebackers coach Matt Burke named Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator

Former linebackers coach Matt Burke was named the Miami Dolphins’ new defensive coordinator today.
FSU, ex-Cardinal Newman star Travis Rudolph officially in NFL draft

FSU, ex-Cardinal Newman star Travis Rudolph officially in NFL draft

Travis Rudolph, Florida State’s leading receiver in 2016 and a former Cardinal Newman star, seemed to confirm Thursday on social media that he was going to enter the upcoming NFL draft. On Friday he finally confirmed his intentions and said why he chose to forgo his senior season. Rudolph led FSU in receptions (56), receiving yards (840) and receiving touchdowns (seven) in 2016 as a junior....
Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside drops out of top 10 in All-Star voting

Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside drops out of top 10 in All-Star voting

  Heat center Hassan Whiteside and Clippers forward Wesley Johnson reach for a rebound during L.
Pittsburgh Steelers LB Bud Dupree fined $18,231 for hit on Miami Dolphins’ Matt Moore

Pittsburgh Steelers LB Bud Dupree fined $18,231 for hit on Miami Dolphins’ Matt Moore

Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker Bud Dupree (48) hits Miami Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore (8) during the first half of an AFC Wild Card NFL football game in Pittsburgh, Sunday, Jan.
Bob D’Angio was the king of close calls during his great run as Forest Hill High School baseball coach

Bob D’Angio was the king of close calls during his great run as Forest Hill High School baseball coach

  One of the giants of Palm Beach County sports from half a century ago has left us. Bob D’Angio, coach and teacher to hundreds at numerous area schools, died Monday in Vero Beach just a few weeks shy of his 95th birthday. D’Angio was best known as the coach of three state runner-up teams at Forest Hill High School in the 1960’s. Twice his Falcons lost the championship game...
How was Miami Dolphins’ Matt Moore cleared so fast? UM’s expert explains as NFL probes

How was Miami Dolphins’ Matt Moore cleared so fast? UM’s expert explains as NFL probes

Matt Moore missed one play before returning from this. (Getty Images) When Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore was laid out by a shot to the jaw against the Pittsburgh Steelers, it was easy to assume his day was done.
Erik Spoelstra looking to get Dion Waiters into his ‘strength zones’ on offense

Erik Spoelstra looking to get Dion Waiters into his ‘strength zones’ on offense

Miami Heat’s Dion Waiters dribbles next to Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry during the second half of an NBA basketball game Tuesday, Jan.
What were the Miami Dolphins good at in 2016?

What were the Miami Dolphins good at in 2016?

Wake was a big factor in Miami’s third-down defense. (Bill Ingram/The Post) DAVIE–It was a curious year for the Dolphins, who at one point went on a 9-1 stretch in which every week a different element of the team seemed to shine.
Pat Riley is starting to take inventory on who can help the Miami Heat moving forward, we breakdown his options

Pat Riley is starting to take inventory on who can help the Miami Heat moving forward, we breakdown his options

How long will it take Miami Heat president Pat Riley to rebuild this team into another championship contender.
Recruiting: Miami Hurricanes early enrollees arrive, S Billy Gibson not among them

Recruiting: Miami Hurricanes early enrollees arrive, S Billy Gibson not among them

When he committed to Miami, Billy Gibson (left) posted an image on Twitter of himself next to a high school-age Sean Taylor.
BREAKING: Former football standout charged with having sex with minor

BREAKING: Former football standout charged with having sex with minor

Antonio Battle comes from Palm Beach County football royalty. In the early 1990s, Battle amassed 9,000 total yards and scored 97 touchdowns as Wellington High’s first true offensive star before going on to Oregon State. His younger brother, Julian Battle, starred as a defensive back at Tennessee and then played for the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs. But now Battle is...
Finally, a first-time NFL head coach with the capacity to quickly grow into the job

Finally, a first-time NFL head coach with the capacity to quickly grow into the job

DAVIE – The foundation has been laid. What Adam Gase and the Miami Dolphins may build upon it in the next few years is far from certain, but consider the value of that simple statement. One year ago this week, Gase was experiencing the whirlwind of being named a head coach for the first time at any level. He also was interviewed by the Eagles, Giants and Browns but settled on Miami after...
Critical stretch beginning for Miami Hurricanes basketball

Critical stretch beginning for Miami Hurricanes basketball

Kamari Murphy (Getty Images) [UM football ranked 20th to end 2016 season] [Miami given 14th-best odds for 2017 national title] [Who succeeds Kaaya as UM QB?
Miami Heat acquire stake in eSports organization Misfits

Miami Heat acquire stake in eSports organization Misfits

The Miami Heat became the latest NBA franchise to invest in an eSports organization, announcing on Tuesday that they acquired a stake in Misfits. According to ESPN, the terms of the deal between the Heat and the Misfits franchise, which was launched in 2016 by Syfy channel co-founder Mitchell Rubenstein and his son-in-law Ben Spoont, were not disclosed. As a part of the deal, Misfits and the Heat...
Q&A: What does Josh Richardson think the Miami Heat can accomplish over second half of season?

Q&A: What does Josh Richardson think the Miami Heat can accomplish over second half of season?

Josh Richardson #0 of the Miami Heat drives to the basket against the Oklahoma City Thunder on December, 2016 at American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida.
Sage Steele's rise from Tampa to ESPN

Sage Steele's rise from Tampa to ESPN

Sage Steele sat outdoors on the ESPN Sports­Center set Monday, a pristine Raymond James field behind her, and dispensed information while handling interviews and waltzing through the adrenaline rush of a one-hour live broadcast. "I'm having a blast," said Steele, who serves as lead host for SportsCenter on the Road. "When you're on the road, in the elements, with things changing...
Moore, Ryder Cup standout, finally makes most of his promise

Moore, Ryder Cup standout, finally makes most of his promise

When Ryan Moore defeated Lee Westwood to earn the clinching point for the United States in its victory over Europe at the Ryder Cup in October, the last thing on Moore’s mind was his golf ball. It was sitting inches from the hole after his short putt had been conceded as cameramen, teammates, friends and family streamed onto the 18th green at Minnesota’s Hazeltine National Golf Club to...
After playoff loss, Giants hope they’re only young once

After playoff loss, Giants hope they’re only young once

The New York Giants this season were a young team that overachieved, a squad that quickly transformed a franchise stumbling and bewildered after three consecutive losing seasons into a surprising playoff contender. And when hope was restored with a postseason berth, it re-energized a flagging fan base. Those are important accomplishments, and they came a year earlier than almost anyone within the...
Bennett, cut by Nets, stands out among NBA busts

Bennett, cut by Nets, stands out among NBA busts

In the final NBA draft he presided over, in 2013, David Stern, then the league’s commissioner, shocked the crowd at Barclays Center when he announced that the Cleveland Cavaliers had taken Anthony Bennett with the No. 1 overall pick. A 6-foot-8 power forward who had played one year at Nevada-Las Vegas, Bennett was a surprise selection over Nerlens Noel and other top prospects. Shortly after...
Rousey breaks silence, muses about hitting 'rock bottom'

Rousey breaks silence, muses about hitting 'rock bottom'

Ronda Rousey did not have much to say before her fight with Amanda Nunes, and since that 48-second loss, she's been mostly mum. However, the former UFC champion broke her social media silence Monday, as she cryptically mused about hitting "rock bottom." "And so rock bottom became the solid foundation on which I rebuilt my life," Rousey posted, attributing the quote to "Harry...
No injuries after Miami Heat plane slides on icy Milwaukee runway in minor incident

No injuries after Miami Heat plane slides on icy Milwaukee runway in minor incident

Miami Heat After landing, the Heat’s airplane slid on an icy runway while taxiing Wednesday at approximately 10:20 p.
Will the Miami Dolphins move Laremy Tunsil to left tackle in 2017?

Will the Miami Dolphins move Laremy Tunsil to left tackle in 2017?

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry follows the blocks of guard Laremy Tunsil and center Kraig Urbik in a game at Buffalo.
Gase, Tannenbaum, Grier developing into Dolphins’ personnel machine

Gase, Tannenbaum, Grier developing into Dolphins’ personnel machine

This looks like the right group to lead the Dolphins. (AP) DAVIE—Whether they admit it publicly or not, the Dolphins are chasing New England.