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By Chicago Tribune | November 29, 1993
Outside the placid outdoor pool in San Diego Harbor, where Chicago's Shedd Aquarium's three new dolphins live for now, the first marine mammals captured in U.S. territory since 1989 are stirring already choppy waters.The Pacific whitesided dolphins -- one male and two females -- were taken without incident near Santa Catalina Island Saturday, capping months of skirmishes between the Shedd and animal-rights activists.Despite the protesters' surveillance planes and a makeshift blockade of donated surfboards, kayaks and yachts organized by the producers of the movie "Free Willy," the animals were deposited in their temporary home before the activists knew what happened.
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SPORTS
January 2, 2009
Jamison Hensley Ravens, 20-6 Everybody will be talking about Cam Cameron's return before the game. They'll be talking about the Ravens' defense after. David Steele Ravens, 20-17 Possibly in overtime. That's how little separates these teams. The Ravens' defense provides the margin. Edward Lee Ravens, 30-20 Chad Pennington is playing better, but none of his receivers strikes fear in the Ravens' defense. Cam Cameron enjoys another win in Miami. Peter Schmuck Ravens, 23-9 If Ed Reed can just hold on to the ball, the Ravens should win for the second time this season at Dolphin Stadium.
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By Scott Fowler and Scott Fowler,Knight-Ridder News Service | December 21, 1992
MIAMI -- The Miami Dolphins sped into the playoffs last night in perfect character, nipping the New York Jets, 19-17, on Pete Stoyanovich's 37-yard field goal with 0:07 left.It was the fifth time this season the 10-5 Dolphins had won in the last five minutes. It also was the second time this year that James Bond-like time flashed on the scoreboard as the Dolphins won, and that fit, too. The Dolphins love cliffhanger endings, and last night's victory before a hoarse group of 68,275 fans at Joe Robbie Stadium may have been the Dolphins' best of the season.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | October 29, 1995
Nearly 27 years ago, Don Shula lost a game to the New York Jets that changed his life and his career and was instrumental in his move to Miami.What may have been his most significant loss since then came last Sunday -- again to the Jets -- and it could be the beginning of the end of Shula's Miami career if the Dolphins don't snap out of it.When Shula's Baltimore Colts were upset by the Jets in Super Bowl III, the loss soured his relationship with owner Carroll...
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By Harvey Fialkov and Harvey Fialkov,South Florida Sun-Sentinel | January 1, 2009
DAVIE, Fla. - Finally, a winning season and AFC East championship for the first time this decade. Iconic former Miami Dolphins coach Don Shula couldn't think of a sweeter way to bring in the new year and sounded as proud as if he were still patrolling the sideline, as he did from 1970 to 1995. "Just a great turnaround from going from where they were last year, nearly going 0-16 and turning it around and making a run like they have for the playoffs," said Shula, a former Baltimore Colts player and coach, who was watching snow fall in Vail, Colo.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Writer | January 1, 1995
MIAMI -- By being the most durable defensive player on the Miami Dolphins the past three years, cornerback J. B. Brown was rewarded before this season. A new three-year contract worth an estimated $1.5 million made Brown the team's highest-paid defensive back.Yesterday, the former Maryland standout gave the Dolphins a return on that investment by returning an interception of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Joe Montana early in the fourth quarter, helping preserve a 27-17 victory for the Dolphins in the opening round of the NFL playoffs.
SPORTS
December 14, 2007
This week's guest is Thomas A. Kiefaber, owner of the Senator Theatre. Jamison Hensley Ravens, 20-17 As long as the Ravens don't turn the ball over, they'll escape embarrassment ... barely. Edward Lee Ravens, 30-13 At least the Ravens players haven't quit on Brian Billick the way the Dolphins have soured on Cam Cameron. Rick Maese Ravens, 3-0 If the Ravens lose, there are a couple of people in purple who shouldn't bother boarding the return flight to Baltimore. Don Markus Ravens, 21-10 Finally, a team for the Ravens to beat.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Staff Writer | April 27, 1992
The tremor one may have felt in Harford County yesterday was not from an earthquake. It was from 6-foot-5, 285-pound Larry Webster, Maryland's senior defensive tackle, jumping up and down after he was taken in the third round of the National Football League draft by the Miami Dolphins.Webster, an Elkton resident, was the 70th player taken in the draft, the 14th in the third round. Mount Airy's Mike Mooney, an offensive tackle from Georgia Tech, was taken late in the fourth round by the Houston Oilers with the 108th pick.
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By Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel | October 12, 1993
DAVIE, Fla. -- This is how bad the news was for the Miami Dolphins yesterday: A guy who didn't even play Sunday inCleveland was forced to have surgery.The news was, as expected, bad for quarterback Dan Marino when tests revealed that he had ruptured his right Achilles' tendon. Marino had surgery early yesterday and is expected to be out for four to six months, essentially the rest of the season.Likewise, the news on linebacker John Offerdahl was bad. Offerdahl has a separated right shoulder and will miss at least three and perhaps as many as six weeks.
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November 18, 1997
In yesterday's editions, a player for the Miami Dolphins was identified incorrectly in a photo caption. The Dolphin pictured was Lamar Thomas.The Sun regrets the error
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