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SBD/April 29, 2013/Franchises
Dolphins Owner Stephen Ross Says Former Coach's Grudge Damaged Organization
Published April 29, 2013
BEACH PARTY: In West Palm Beach, Brian Briggane reported nearly 15,000 Dolphins fans "turned out for Finfest to get a first look at the long, lanky" DE Dion Jordan, the team's first-round pick in last weekend's NFL Draft. The Jordan pick "seemed to temper the longtime criticism of Ireland" (PALM BEACH POST, 4/28). In Miami, Greg Cote wrote it was the Dolphins "dominating local conversation" last week -- the Dolphins, who "once owned the Miami sports market and are acting like they mean to win it back" (MIAMI HERALD, 4/28).