Miami Dolphins players join Hyundai Youth Football camp

A group of children ages 7 to 13 met to practice on Saturday morning with Miami Dolphins players at Nova Southeastern University in Davie. 

They started off the day posing for a picture with Quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Local coaches taught the kids fundamental skills like throwing and receiving.

“I’m just happy to be here,” Tannehill said. “It’s a blessing to be able to be a part of a camp like this.”

The Hyundai Youth Football camp is a national program that stops in seven locations starting with South Forida, and then moving on to Dallas, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Pittsburgh and New york.

There will be a second sessions on Saturday afternoon. 



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Dolphins’ Pouncey expresses sympathy over loss of ‘friend’ Hernandez

Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey is drawing criticism after honoring Aaron Hernandez following his suicide this morning.

Pouncey used Instagram to post a picture of a smiling Hernandez along with words of mourning over his former teammate at the University of Florida.

“To my friend my brother!,” Pouncey wrote on the post. “Through thick and thin right or wrong we never left each other’s side. Today my heart hurts as I got the worse news I could have imagined. It was just a day ago we shared our last convo. I will forever miss you and love you bro. we will meet again rest easy!”

The post drew instant criticism with many reminding Pouncey that Hernandez was a convicted murderer who was spending the rest of his life in prison.

One person commented, “Friend or no friend that man was a murder… Rip but ain’t no heart break about somebody who kills.”

Another wrote, “He deserves no sympathy. He killed a man in cold blood, planned out mind you, and chose to take the cowards way out instead of serving the sentence he’s been handed.”

Pouncey and Hernandez were teammates at Florida from 2007-2010, where they won a national championship in 2009.

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Dolphins release DE Jordan, third-overall pick in ’13 NFL Draft

One of the biggest draft busts in Miami Dolphins history is now an ex-Dolphin.

The team released defensive end Dion Jordan after failing a physical Friday, nearly four years after they selected him with the third overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft.

Jordan’s entire Dolphins career has been filled with suspensions and injuries.

The former Oregon All-American was suspended for parts of the 2014 season and the entire 2015 season due to violations of the NFL’s substance abuse policy.

In 2016, Jordan was sidelined with a knee injury and never made it on the field.

All in all, Jordan played a total of 26 games and made one start in four seasons with the Dolphins.


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