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The Show

Posted Jul 1, 2014

The Finsiders is the Miami Dolphins’ multi-media show that airs every weekday afternoon from 4-7pm. The show can be heard live in its entirety on the radio on 940 WINZ-AM (Miami/Fort Lauderdale) along with streaming online at Dolphins.com and from 5-6 p.m. on 1230 WBZT-AM (West Palm Beach). The show’s second hour (5-6 p.m.) can be watched live in high definition on Fox Sports Florida. Visit FOXSportsFlorida.com for channel listings.

The highly interactive show also features the opinions of Dolphins fans from around the world They can call the show at 1-8-555-GO-FINS; text their questions and comments to 347347; they can participate in the show’s live chat, which is a place for the fans and the on-air personalities to discuss the day’s topics; and they can reach out to the host and analysts on Twitter.

The host of the show is a proud graduate of Syracuse University, who joins The Finsiders after working in the Miami/Ft. Lauderdale market for the past 8 years with various radio and TV outlets covering the Dolphins and south florida sports. Greg brings a deep knowledge of the team's roster to combine with his passion for talking sports.

A member of the Broward County Sports Hall of Fame, John breaks things down football through the eyes of the quarterback. The first signal caller on The Finsider roster, he starred locally at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Ft. Lauderdale and later at the University of Pittsburgh. At Pitt, he threw for more yards than any other quarterback in school history with the exception of Dan Marino. Congemi played professionally in the CFL from 1987-94 and twice helped lead his team to the Grey Cup. For the past ten years, John has worked as a college football analyst for ESPN and ABC.

Tristin Jones is the Finsiders Reporter and moderator of the live chat. She hangs out with the fans during the show and presents their best questions and comments to Greg and the guys over the course of the three hours. Thankfully, Tristin’s previous experience working on the “Dr. Phil Show” helps her keep all the egos in check. A lifelong Dolphins fan, Tristin is also a graduate of the University of Central Florida, though she considers herself a Seminole at heart.

A first round pick of the Dolphins in 1976, Bo started two Super Bowls for Miami and has been a mainstay in the South Florida community for over 30 years. Whether it's on The Finsiders, on CBS-4, or at one of his "Bokamper's Sports Bar & Grill" locations (Plantation, Miramar and Naples), Kim is a larger than life guy with big opinions on the Dolphins and the NFL.

A second round pick of the LA Rams in 1993, Troy played nine NFL seasons, including four big years in Miami. Even though his career ended elsewhere, Troy always considered South Florida his home and is very active in the community. He is also very proud of the position he played, often telling people tight ends are the best athletes on the field.

A four-time Pro Bowl selection with the Dolphins and a Super Bowl champion with the Giants, Sam brings his talents from the secondary to the Finsiders as the analyst who was most recently in the NFL. A big smile and bigger personality make any day that Sam is on the show a fun day, unless of course he is charged with speaking to a kicker or a punter.

The former ultra-reliable Dolphins wide receiver brings an inside perspective on the passing game after collecting 415 receptions during his eight fantastic seasons with the Dolphins. Whether it's breaking down a receiver's route or discussing his bowling abilities, "Juice" always brings it strong.

A local guy all the way, Twan starred at St. Thomas Aquinas (many years after Congemi), the University of Miami and with the Dolphins. A LB and standout special teamer for the Fins, Twan is not only active with his Life Skills and Reading Foundation, but he also serves as Senior Director of Community Affairs and Miami Dolphins Foundation.

Former Dolphins Pro Bowl guard Keith Sims brings the perspective of a man who loves to talk about the battle in the trenches. His high expectations and no-nonsense approach to Dolphins football make him a tough man to please and he always brings strong opinions to the set. He is also the current president of the Miami Dolphins Alumni Association, a member of the gameday broadcast crew, and a leading member in the community.

The 1987 AFC Offensive Rookie of the Year, Troy is the little man with a lot of heart. A bit of a broadcasting veteran now, the former Dolphins running back talks about his days playing behind Dan Marino and brings great information to the table when talking about the running game. The shortest Finsider, Troy also co-hosts with Andy Slater on 940 WINZ from 2-4pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

The producer of the Finsiders, "Scope" is the behind-the-scenes guru in charge of guests and features for the show. Jon has worked in South Florida radio for nearly nine years having held a variety of positions including hosting shows, reporting on events, and producing The Hank Goldberg Show.

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