“Hi Papi! I love you. Today is your birthday. Thank you for being my Papi.”
Brian Hartline just signed a $30 million contract with the Miami Dolphins. He calls owning convenience stores “a dream.”
This is a billion-dollar industry. Millions of people watch these games every Sunday. And yet.
The boys overseas in Afghanistan filmed a shot-for-shot remake of the Miami Dolphins cheerleaders’ cover of Carly Rae Jepsen’s undeniable hit. Watch both to decide who did it better, but my money is on the troops.
With the need for a top-tier signal-caller becoming inarguable, teams value QB potential so much that it’s become more important — in the short term — than winning.
HBO has been following around the Dolphins for this season of the reality show Hard Knocks, which means when Ochocinco got cut this week, cameras were there for the meeting. But if you’re tempted to feel bad for him, remember he was just arrested for allegedly headbutting his wife.
The oft-maligned wide receiver will win some fans for this.
While on their 2013 calendar shoot in the Dominican Republic, the cheerleaders took some time to make a lip dub to Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe”. Can we be done with this song now?
48 hours of work went into turning the Miami Dolphins offensive lineman’s arm into the ultimate “muscle tattoo”.
Because it makes no sense.
One of the NFL’s greatest linebackers died today, reportedly from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest. He was 43 years old.