In mid-July, New Times broke the story of Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey and his twin brother, Maurkice, allegedly assaulting a couple of people at Cameo Nightclub in Miami Beach. Since then, the road to charging the two had seemed a tangled one, with Miami Beach Police trying to piece together ... More >>
Former Miami Dolphin great Earl Morrall has passed away, sources close to the Morrall family has told New Times. Morall, 79, had been in ill health for some time and was in hospice care in his Fort Lauderdale home. As Bob Griese's backup with the Miami Dolphins, Morrall became the leader of the hi ... More >>
Former Miami Dolphins quarterback Sage Rosenfels thinks Jeff Ireland is the worst GM in football and has taken to Twitter to say so. It doesn't take a genius to see that Ireland is terrible at his job. He's also kind of a jerk. This has been well-documented around these parts, what with his perpetu ... More >>
Heinz Field is almost 1,200 miles away from South Florida. That's like 16 hours by car. But even if you manage to hitchhike your way past the Appalachian Mountains and West Virginia's backwoods, chances are you probably won't be able to land a ticket. But no need to fret! Geographically isolated f ... More >>
Last week, Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey was given the opportunity to talk about his and twin-brother Maurkice's (of the Pittsburgh Steelers) "Free Hernandez" hat flap. Maurkice had apologized for the lapse in judgment days earlier, but when Mike was given the same opportunity by the media, h ... More >>
Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey and his twin brother, Maurkice (of the Pittsburgh Steelers) had a photo taken at a Miami night club last week with the pair wearing hats that read "Free Hernandez" on them. The "Hernandez" in the hats, of course, is none other than their former Florida Gators team ... More >>
Former Pahokee high school, Florida State Seminole, and current Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Anquan Boldin is being questioned about a now-dissolved company that he was once a shareholder with that's being accused of running a massive Ponzi scheme. The then-Palm Beach County- ... More >>
The New York Jets head into town this weekend for TonySparanoRevengeTour2012. Both teams come into the week at 1-1 in a four-way tie between all teams in the AFC East which very much means that the winner of this game could potentially be in in first place heading into Week 4. Both the Jets and Dol ... More >>
Dori ZinnIt could quite possibly be a South Florida landmark just like it is in the state of Pennsylvania, but yesterday's GWWE mystery is solved.
flickr.comWhile millions of Americans get ready to watch the biggest sporting event of the year, today's match up between the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers, more than a hundred South Floridians will be rallying outside the Federal building in Fort Lauderdale, showing their support ... More >>
Courtesy of Keith Sims Keith Sims played offensive line for eleven seasons between 1990 and 2000 for the Miami Dolphins and the Washington Redskins. He was elected to the Pro Bowl three times, in 1993, 1994 and 1995. Keith is currently a radio host and part of the Dolphins Finsiders show ... More >>
Flickr/Domestic Diva Football...and cakeLast year's Superbowl was full of the business of entertaining out of town guests in South Florida and showing them a good time. This year, South Floridians get to sit back, have a few brewskis and wings and watch the game for the enjoyme ... More >>
Flickr, americanistadechiapas Where to go for the 2011 Super BowlIt has officially come down to the final two: The Pittsburgh Steelers vs The Greenbay Packers! This year's Super Bowl is bringing in a lot of heat, especially considering the Pittsburgh Steelers are participa ... More >>
nfl.comPerhaps no one is truly shocked that the Miami Dolphins have failed to land a spot in the playoffs, leaving South Floridians without a team to support this weekend. It's been ten years since our last Divisional Playoff game, for Christ's sake. I suppose we will have to dry our tears on our ... More >>
Photo by Eric BartonRay Lewis: the realtor with linebacker's shoulders.On Sunday, linebacker Ray Lewis had a game-clinching interception to help the Ravens beat the Steelers. On October 27, he'll be opening an art gallery/real estate firm in downtown Fort Lauderdale.The company opening the Las Ol ... More >>
The holidays are over, and a new year is upon us. Let's see what 2010 has in store for the local news.Jupiter's Thanksgiving massacre suspect, Paul Michael Merhige, was found Saturday night in a hotel room in Long Key, after the hotelkeepers saw an ad for America's Most Wanted displaying Merhige' ... More >>
flickr.comSunday morning was full of hope for plenty of South Florida football fans. For Dolphins fans, already jaded by an up-and-down season, that hope was dashed early in the day. For another brand of football fan, however, the day was a nail-biting, runaway mine train of emotions. Aside from ... More >>
Flickr: mrrad89It's too bad there aren't more players like Santonio Holmes. The Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver and Super Bowl MVP swung back to his native Belle Glade for the second straight year to serve Thanksgiving meals to needy families. WPBF was there.NFL players do tons of charity work, ... More >>
Photo by Andrew Rush / Post-GazetteSantonio Holmes is from Belle Glade, and now that he's a Super Bowl MVP wide receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers, you'd imagine that his life in that crime-ridden, rundown berg is a distant memory. But according to the Post-Gazette, Holmes thinks of home every ... More >>
Flickr: hbs34Tyrone Carter, celebrating the Steelers' 2009 Super Bowl victory over the Arizona CardinalsWhere do you start with the Tyrone Carter story? Probably in Pompano Beach, where he was one of five children in a three-bedroom home, raised by his grandmother because his parents had drug pr ... More >>
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Scenes from the life of a racing greyhound.
Yeah, all the Florida football teams are done for the year, and when you watch the big game this weekend you'll probably care more about the commercials than either team (unless you're a gambler, like me, and the commercials just delay the inevitable sobbing and cursing and swearing never to bet on ... More >>
See you in Fort Lauderdale, hot stuff.I've been seeing an awfully lot of Pittsburgh Steelers and Arizona Cardinals paraphernalia in the Fort Lauderdale area. Two possible explanations:The locals are jumping on the bandwagon now that these teams are Super Bowl-bound.Steelers and Cardinals fans are fl ... More >>
Don't look down on those bar dancers — they're pros.
The Miami Dolphins beat the Jets Sunday to win the division and make it to the playoffs. It's a great achievement for a team that went 1-15 last year and a nice gift for the fans. But a miracle? That's what a headline on the the Sun-Sentinel's front page called it this morning -- a " ... More >>
There are a lot of Pittsburgh Steelers fans in South Florida. But none love the boys in black and gold as much as a 31-year-old North Miami Beach man who's a package handler at UPS. Or by now, probably, an ex-package handler. Thanks to the Steelers' late rally over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Samu ... More >>
A sailors' bar jammed not with pirates but Steelers
Special forces. National ad campaigns. Watching the backs of the big guys. Meet this Eastern European hottie.
This Sight Still Makes Me Cringe Yeah, I never thought I'd write those words, but I'm feeling it right now for Monday's matchup against Ohio State. Don't get me wrong, I totally understand the Gator haters that David Fleshler wrote about in the Sun-Sentinel this morning (which includes some great ... More >>
After a bummer first time, Dennis Rodman's bad habits brought us back for a blast.
The $8 million man will lead the Dolphins out of the desert. Honest.
The elephant in Guantanamo's living room gets 4,200 calories a day and a Koran.
With bigger pots at stake in the track poker rooms, the workaday pros are lining up to get in
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With four professional teams in South Florida, sports radio should be big business. It isn't.
When the residents of Mangonia Park heard that a girls' detention center might be built in their town, they put out the welcome mat