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Dolphins Ticket Sales Well Ahead Of '12 Pace, As Franchise Tries To Avoid Home Blackouts
Published July 29, 2013
FORGIVE & FORGET? In West Palm Beach, Andrew Abramson reports Dolphins C Mike Pouncey wanted to apologize for wearing a hat supporting former Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez but the team "wouldn’t allow it." Pouncey's brother, Steelers C Maurkice, on Friday told reporters that Mike "wanted to apologize but was told not to by the Dolphins." Maurkice Pouncey said, "I'm sure Mike wanted to apologize, but that's how they handled it." Before Mike Pouncey spoke to reporters last week, he "spent several minutes speaking" with Dolphins Senior VP/Media Relations Harvey Greene. Pouncey, through Greene, "declined to comment" yesterday on his brother’s statement (PALM BEACH POST, 7/29).