Former Dolphins color analyst Hank Goldberg has passed away

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The Miami Dolphins family is feeling less full this week after it was reported that longtime South Florida media member Hank Goldberg passed away on Monday, his birthday, at 82 years old.

Goldberg worked as the color analyst on the Dolphins’ radio broadcast from 1978-92 alongside Rick Weaver who provided the play-by-play. Goldberg also worked as a sports anchor at WTVJ in the South Florida area (1983-92) and as a sports talk host on WQAM (1993-2009).

In 1993, he took over the Dolphins beat for ESPN, serving as a handicapper as well for the network.

This news comes just a week after the passing of Marlin Briscoe, a member of the “perfect” 1972 Dolphins.

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