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22May‪12th Annual Mental Health Expo‬

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Albizu University Miami Campus

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The Phinsider: The SB Nation Miami Dolphins Blog has new update
2 hours ago Around SB Nation: What Other NFL Blogs Are Discussing
Weekly, we take a look around the SB Nation family of NFL blogs. Here are the news stories and analysis they are discussing. AFC EAST: New England Patriots (via Pats Pulpit) Patriots signing Julian Edelman to two-year contract extension - Pats PulpitLooks like the Super Bowl MVP is going nowhere. New York Jets (via Gang Green Nation) Jets sign punter Matt Darr; waive Jordan Leggett - Gang Green NationThe Jets have added another punter to their roster, Matt Darr. Buffalo Bills (via Buffalo Rumblings) Buffalo Bills re-sign defensive end Jerry Hughes to two-year deal - Buffalo RumblingsThe Bills re-upped with their best pass rusher for two years AFC NORTH: Baltimore Ravens (via Baltimore Beatdown) Overlooked and castoffs: meet the Ravens new-look defense - Baltimore BeatdownBaltimore’s defensive unit is full of players with chips on their shoulders. Pittsburgh Steelers (via Behind the Steel Curtain) Ben Roethlisberger still considers Antonio Brown ‘a good friend’ - Behind the Steel CurtainDespite all the harsh words his former teammate has said about him this offseason, Big Ben hope a friendship with AB "can continue to grow." Cincinnati Bengals (via Cincy Jungle) Is it still too early for Bengals optimism in 2019? - Cincy JungleRecent reports out of the Bengals’ rookie minicamp and some comments by new head coach Zac Taylor have us wondering if tempered optimism for the team’s 2019 performance should be revved up. Cleveland Browns (via Dawgs By Nature) Cleveland Browns: How much pressure is on Freddie Kitchens in 2019? - Dawgs By NatureBrowns are expected to win, but first-time head coach appears to be up to the challenge. AFC SOUTH: Houston Texans (via Battle Red Blog) The Texans’ Coverage Schemes Won’t Change - Battle Red BlogWe investigate whether or not the Texans’ additions at cornerback will lead to any schematic changes in the secondary. Tennessee Titans (via Music City Miracles) The 2019 Titans Offense and Yards Per Play - Music City MiraclesIt can only get better from here, right? Jacksonville Jaguars (via Big Cat Country) Why are we still doing the Jalen Ramsey trade rumor dance? - Big Cat CountryCatching up on news this morning I quickly realized that it was the middle of May. It jolted me right up like a cup of coffee. I clicked on another article about the Jacksonville Jaguars trading J... Indianapolis Colts (via Stampede Blue) Roster Move: Colts sign troubled quarterback Chad Kelly - Stampede BlueThe Colts added a 4th quarterback to their roster, and while he has the talent to make it as a decent NFL backup, his off-the-field issues are worrisome AFC WEST: Denver Broncos (via Mile High Report) Chris Harris Jr. contract: CHJ will prove he should be paid - Mile High ReportRumors have it that Elway will give the CB more money in 2019 and nothing more. It’s a respectful challenge to "prove it" - something the veteran has been doing his entire career. Los Angeles Chargers (via Bolts from the Blue) Report: Chargers’ Tre’Von Johnson allegedly choked by his sister - Bolts From The BlueIn an altercation that began with a dispute regarding laundry, Chargers’ linebacker Tre’Von Johnson was allegedly choked by his sister, Tkeyah Johnson. TMZ reported the story: According to police... Oakland Raiders (via Silver and Black Pride) Best Raiders draft picks of all time by round: Third round - Silver And Black PrideWe continue to traverse through the draft, picking out the best players taken in given rounds. We started with the top 5 picks taken in the top 15, then the best player in the bottom of the first,... Kansas City Chiefs (via Arrowhead Pride) Drafting Darwin Thompson seen as Chiefs’ most ‘under the radar’ offseason move to love - Arrowhead PrideThe Chiefs took the Utah State running back in the sixth round of the NFL Draft. NFC EAST: New York Giants (via Big Blue View) Opening Lines: Las Vegas doesn’t have much faith in the Giants - Big Blue ViewLas Vegas sportsbook CG Technology is predicting a 4-11 record for the Giants through week 16 Philadelphia Eagles (via Bleeding Green Nation) Malcolm Jenkins not attending start of Eagles OTAs, report says - Bleeding Green NationNot great. Dallas Cowboys (via Blogging the Boys) Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott handcuffed, not arrested, at Vegas music festival - Blogging The BoysEzekiel Elliott was handcuffed after an altercation with security at a Vegas music festival. Washington Redskins (via Hogs Haven) Reuben Foster Leaves Redskins OTA’s With Torn ACL. His Season Is Over. - Hogs HavenThe Redskins ILB goes down in OTAs NFC NORTH: Green Bay Packers (via Acme Packing Company) Josh Jones is skipping Packers OTAs in effort to force a trade, per report - Acme Packing CompanyIt appears that the Packers will not have every player on the roster in attendance this week after all. Detroit Lions (via Pride of Detroit) Detroit Lions film breakdown: Is Tracy Walker ready for an expanded role? - Pride Of DetroitThe safety stood out as a rookie, but can he become a regular contributor in 2019? Chicago Bears (via Windy City Gridiron) The myth that is “backfield by committee” - Windy City GridironECD isn’t buying what the media is selling in regards to the Bears’ plans at runningback. Minnesota Vikings (via Daily Norseman) More on Jayron Kearse possibly changing positions - Daily NorsemanAgain, more opportunities for him to get on the field NFC SOUTH: New Orleans Saints (via Canal Street Chronicles) Saints with best QB situation in the NFL - Canal Street ChroniclesAnd it’s not just because of Drew Brees. Atlanta Falcons (via The Falcoholic) Report: Falcons GM promised owner he’d fix OL via the draft in January - The FalcoholicThe Falcons may have landed two great offensive linemen as a result, but what sparked the promise? Carolina Panthers (via Cat Scratch Reader) Carolina Panthers GM Marty Hurney delivered on a promise this offseason - Cat Scratch ReaderThe Carolina Panthers pledged to protect Cam Newton, and while there are plenty of reasons to criticize Marty, he followed through this time. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via Bucs Nation) The Bucs announce the release of Gerald McCoy - Bucs NationStatements from Jason Licht and Bruce Arians. NFC WEST: San Francisco 49ers (via Niners Nation) 49ers schedule projections: What will be “good enough” for 2019? - Niners Nation2018 was a season from hell, what do you think the 49ers need to do to get back? Arizona Cardinals (via Revenge of the Birds) Cards New Defense A Trojan Horse - Revenge of the BirdsThe NFL is sleeping on the Cardinals’ new defense, especially now that shut down CB Patrick Peterson will be on the shelf for the first 6 games. The Cardinals’ first six opponents are likely... Seattle Seahawks (via Field Gulls) UDFA All-Star Team: Doug Baldwin - Field GullsDoug Baldwin has failed his first – and likely last – physical. Los Angeles Rams (via Turf Show Times) Three personnel issues to track for the Rams in OTAs - Turf Show TimesHere are the three major things to keep an eye out for from OTAs.
The Phinsider: The SB Nation Miami Dolphins Blog has new update
4 hours ago The Splash Zone 5/22/19: Competition At Every Position
Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. Brian Flores wants to push his players to another level and therefore stresses that there is competition at every position. No starting spot is guaranteed and if you work hard enough you will hopefully get that chance to become a starter or perhaps see more playing time. From what we’ve heard from Flores, he obviously wants his players to compete and be disciplined. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below. Brian Flores: 'Every Position Has Competition'Head Coach Brian Flores addressed the media before the start of OTA practice Tuesday. Here were some comments that stood out, along with some perspective: Brian Flores Habib: 'Poker face'? Smile of Miami Dolphins' Brian Flores speaks volumes when he isn't about to - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FLDAVIE — The reporter was halfway through his question, if that. The inquiry didn’t have a snowball’s chance in Davie in July — that was obvious — but there was no turning back. So as the reporter finished his question, all that remained was to see how Dolphins coach Brian Flores would answer. Dolphins Defensive Line How new Miami Dolphins LB/DE Nate Orchard thinks he can help - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FLDAVIE — What does new Dolphins linebacker/defensive end Nate Orchard think he does well?"I can rush the passer," Orchard said after Tuesday's practice. "I just need an opportunity and I think it’s here with the Dolphins. I’m grateful for it.”Orchard was a second-round pick of the Browns in 2015. But Orchard had five sacks in 34 Cleveland games and no sacks in four games with the Bills and Chiefs last season.Why hasn't it worked out?"That’s a question I ask Andy Cohen: Creativity Could Hold Key To Pass RushWhile the most asked question this offseason by far centers on the competition at quarterback, and justifiably so, the next question I invariably hear regarding the 2019 Miami Dolphins has to do with the defense, specifically the pass rush. Phinsider News You May Have Missed Miami Dolphins News 5/21/19: Week Two Of OTA’s Begins - The PhinsiderWelcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. Dolphins new throwbacks are officially available for purchase - The PhinsiderWell, not exactly. But at least you can buy your Kenyan Drake and Minkah Fitzpatrick white throwbacks! Miami Dolphins 2019 season: ESPN’s Bill Barnwell sets ‘to do’ list for Miami - The PhinsiderIt feels like most of the time ESPN does anything to cover the Miami Dolphins, it comes from someone who does not know the team. It just feels like the Dolphins have not been relevant enough in...
FishStripes has new update
10 hours ago Wallach’s RBI double fuels Marlins to 5-4 win in extras
Miami has now won four consecutive baseball games for the first time this season, thanks to Tuesday’s hero Chad Wallach. Paced by five solid innings from lefty Caleb Smith, Harold Ramírez’s first home run as a major league player and Chad Wallach’s key RBI double in the 11th, the Marlins made it four straight wins, knocking off the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday night at Comerica Park, 5-4. That makes it four consecutive wins for the first time this season; their recent seven-game losing skid is all but history now. Spencer Turnbull took the mound for the home team and quickly found himself at a deficit. The Marlins manufactured a first-inning run on a Brian Anderson sacrifice fly. Wallach made it 2-0 the following inning with a booming double to right-center field. Coming into Tuesday night, Smith was looking to continue the dominance of the Marlins pitching staff (they had shut out the Mets in each of the previous two contests). He performed well, but not flawlessly, his velocity a tick or two below normal. The scoreless innings streak came to an end on JaCoby Jones’ two-out solo home run in the third, which cut the Marlins lead to 2-1. Your browser does not support HTML5 video. In the fourth, Harold Ramírez made his presence felt, smacking his own opposite-field home run to pad the lead. Your browser does not support HTML5 video. His reaction was priceless. Best Marlins GIF of the season?— Fish Stripes (@fishstripes) May 22, 2019 Former Marlin Miguel Cabrera busted out an RBI single later in that inning, bringing the Tigers back to within 3-2 on the scoreboard. Turnbull, a former Alabama product, worked five innings, allowing seven hits and three runs on 92 pitches. Smith matched a season low with only five innings himself, limiting Detroit to three hits and two runs on 89 pitches with seven strikeouts. In the ninth, fielding shenanigans nearly cost the Marlins a win. Staked to a 4-2 lead, Sergio Romo was trying to remain perfect this season in save opportunities. However, the Tigers were able to force extra innings on a series of makeable plays. Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Besides Romo’s ninth, Miami relievers contributed clean, crisp innings. Austin Brice, Wei-Yin Chen, Tayron Guerrero and Nick Anderson combined five scoreless frames. Anderson secured the final six outs, punching out five Detroit batters. Wallach’s second run-scoring double of the evening—which would’ve been a homer in most other venues—put the Fish ahead for good. Your browser does not support HTML5 video. The Marlins will look to extend their season-long winning streak to five Wednesday night, as Marlins’ José Ureña and Tigers’ Daniel Norris will do battle. Ureña tossed six nice innings in his last start Wednesday night versus Tampa Bay, but received zero run support in a 1-0 loss. Norris’ previous outing was a rough one, giving up six runs on seven hits in a loss to the Oakland Athletics. FINAL-I was sweating in the ninth, but Marlins prevail, and it is now four consecutive wins for first time all season!W: Nick Anderson (1-1)L: Joe Jimenez (2-2)Miami (14-31): 5 | 10 | 1Detroit(18-27): 4 | 5 | 1@fishstripes— Brandon Liguori (@BrandonRLiguori) May 22, 2019 Marlins vs. Tigers box score (Baseball Theater) Fish Picks answer key Marlins Under Over Yes Marlins
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Hot Hot Hoops has new update
13 hours ago Do Heat Draft Combine workouts signal a trade down?
The Heat met with some players who are projected to go later in the first round. The Miami Heat met with some prospects at the NBA Draft Combine last week. And some of them — like Tennessee forward Grant Williams and Purdue point guard Carsen Edwards — are projected to go after the Heat’s 13th pick in the draft. Five players confirmed meetings with the Heat last week: Carsen Edwards, Grant Williams, Bruno Fernando, Naz Reid and Ignas Brazdeikis. Some scouting reports on that group:— David Wilson (@DBWilson2) May 20, 2019 Does that mean the Heat are thinking of trading their pick and moving downward in the draft? First, let’s start with a couple players Miami met with. The Ringer projects the 6-foot-8 Grant Williams to be drafted with the 17th overall pick, labeling him as a “high-IQ defender,” an “instinctual rebounder who boxes out” and someone who will “take a charge or dive for a loose ball.” Pat Riley may hope he can emerge as the prototypical glue guy for a championship team and provide the toughness that Udonis Haslem brought for so many years — but with a 3-point shot. The Ringer projects Carsen Edwards going 27th. (Of note, the Brooklyn Nets have both the 17 and 27th overall picks — could the Heat trade the 13th pick for the 17th and 27th ones?) He is barely 6 feet tall, something that could make him a liability on defense. In an ideal world, he would become an instant offense guard off the bench with his shooting ability. But in a not-ideal world? The Ringer actually compares Edwards to Shabazz Napier, whom Miami traded up in the 2014 NBA Draft to get. But Napier disappointed in his rookie season with the Heat, and Miami traded him after just one year. Are Heat executives dissatisfied with the players in their range? Of course, Miami could simply be doing their due diligence, meeting with various players to see how players’ stock will rise and fall until draft night. The Heat don’t have a second-round pick in this June’s draft; Riley may want to see if he can trade into the second round for a player he likes. He did that for Mario Chalmers in 2008. We never know who pans out in the NBA Draft — at least after the first few picks. Draymond Green was taken with the 35th pick in the 2012 NBA Draft. The Heat had the 27th pick that year, coming off an NBA championship. Miami even brought in Green for a workout. (Side note: Imagine if Riley had kept Patrick Beverley, whom he traded for during the 2011 NBA Draft, and drafted Green in 2012. Would LeBron James still be a member of the Heat?) Pascal Siakam was the 27th pick in the 2016 NBA Draft, when Miami didn’t even have a first-round pick. So if the Heat want to trade down? Fine by me. I just hope the players the Heat get pan out.
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