We caught up with some members of the Miami Dolphins family to find out what MLK Day means to them and to their friends and families.
he top youth football players from Miami-Dade and Broward County that play in the AYFL, FYFL, Great Miami Pop Warner, Gold Coast Pop Warner, Miami Xtreme as well as NYFL and YASL in age groups 7U-14U participated in games throughout the day.
Dade took home the victory in a score of 12-6 over Broward, with Kord Jenkins (RB – Miami Central) named as the Offensive MVP and Daniel Crescitelli (LB – Douglas) named as the Defensive MVP.
The Dolphins recently honored 28 former players and staff who have hame made an impact on our community. Today, we recognize former Dolphins wide receiver Nat Moore.
The Dolphins recently honored 28 former players and staff who have hame made an impact on our community. Today, we recognize former Dolphins Hall of Fame center Dwight Stephenson.
Students enjoyed an evening that included fun with games, crafts and concluded with opening presents.
Three Dolphins players again showed their involvement Monday when they took part in a ride-along with the Broward Sheriff’s Office to show their support for police and interact with children.
The annual DMF WalkAbout Autism & Expo started in 2010 by The Dan Marino Foundation provides a powerful and inspiring platform for South Floridians to come together as a community in an effort to promote awareness, raise funds for innovative initiatives and advocate for the needs of people living with autism.
Now in his sixth season with the Dolphins, Pouncey has earned three trips to the Pro Bowl and was selected as one of the organization’s all-time 50 greatest players last year.
More than 500 players around the NFL, including several members of the Dolphins, are expected to wear cleats bearing logos of organizations that support causes important to them.