The tragic death of Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez has shaken the entire sports world to its core. At only 24 years old, Fernandez leaves behind a legacy that touched and inspired so many people. The Miami Dolphins were the first, holding a moment of silence just hours after Fernandez’s tragic boating accident and moments before their home opener last Sunday.
PRO FOOTBALL HOUSTON (AP) — A person familiar with J.J. Watt's condition said the Houston Texans' star defensive lineman had back surgery and is expected to miss the rest of the season. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the team hasn't announced the surgery. Watt was placed on injured reserve Wednesday with a back injury. It's his second back surgery in two months after he missed training camp and Houston's four preseason games after surgery in July to repair a herniated disk. He started each of the team's three regular-season games and was hurt again last Thursday night against the New England Patriots. CINCINNATI (AP) — Bengals receiver A.J. Green followed
Dolphins coach Adam Gase told his team loud and clear last week that he is a new coach so he’s not getting fired at year’s end. He told them the general manager is in his first year so he’s not getting fired. Gase told his players the people that run the organization are not going anywhere. You guys, Gase told the entire roster of players, are the ones who will get blown out if things don’t work out. Well, things aren’t working out. The Dolphins lost for the third time in four games Thursday night when Cincinnati beat them, 22-7. And, yes, this 2016 Dolphins season has now reached the point where guys are starting to get blown out. Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase says the problem with the offense