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305area has new update 11 hours ago The new Morea adds a touch of the Mediterranean to Fort Lauderdale beach
The new Morea restaurant, at the Paramount Condominium on Fort Lauderdale beach, will offer Mediterranean small plates and an ocean view. The restaurant comes from the same group behind Oceanic in Pompano Beach and Two Georges at The Cove in Deerfield Beach.
The Phinsider: The SB Nation Miami Dolphins Blog has new update
13 hours ago The Splash Zone 1/27/22: Revamping The Dolphins Offensive Line
Photo by David Rosenblum/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images 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. We can all agree on one thing that the Miami Dolphins offensive line was abysmal this past season. The running game wasn’t good until Duke Johnson started getting a chance and Tua Tagovailoa had to make quick decision/throws. Whoever the new head coach will be, they are going to have to figure out how to fix this offensive line. It would be a crime if Jesse Davis was starting along the line again after his performance this year. Thankfully the other 4 starters are young and there is hopefully still a chance for them with some better coaching or a new scheme. The smart thing to do would add one of the premier o-line free agents and bring in a valuable veteran presence. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below. Position review of Miami Dolphins’ offensive line | Miami HeraldIn the fourth of a series of position reviews, the Miami Herald will examine the team’s offensive line situation. Next up is tight end. Dolphins Quarterbacks Dolphins' Tua Tagovailoa yet to prove he's at level of NFL's final four QBsFrom Joe Burrow to Patrick Mahomes, the divisional-winning QBs set a standard that Tua Tagovailoa has yet to achieve for the Dolphins. Phinsider News You May Have Missed Miami Dolphins News 1/26/22: Three Dolphins Land On PFWA All-Rookie Team - 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. Around SB Nation: What Other NFL Blogs Are Discussing - The PhinsiderWeekly, we take a look around the SB Nation family of NFL blogs. Here are the news stories and analysis they are discussing. Christian Wilkins makes sure refs know he is eligible: Dolphins Best of Mic’d Up 2022 - The PhinsiderThere should be no doubt in anyone’s mind that Christian Wilkins is reporting as eligible when he comes in on offense or special teams. The defensive lineman makes sure he gets the referee’s... RUMORS | Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll favorite to be Miami Dolphins next head coach - The PhinsiderPat Leonard of the New York Daily News is reporting
The Phinsider: The SB Nation Miami Dolphins Blog has new update
18 hours ago RUMORS | Bills’ OC Brian Daboll favorite to be Dolphins next head coach
Photo by Bryan M. Bennett/Getty Images Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News is reporting It seems like everyone at this time of the year has #sauces and a different candidate that they believe to be the front-runner for the Miami Dolphins vacant head coach position. But now and then, a source jumps out that all the other websites start to run with, and I think to myself: “Oh, this dude must be for real?!?!” Now, first, I don’t know who Pat Leonard is. The truth is, it has already been confirmed he was wrong back in January 2018 when he said the New York Giants were set to hire New England Patriots defensive coordinator (at the time) Matt Patricia. We’ve been here before. pic.twitter.com/FJNKByEv4i— Matt Bassil (@M_Bassil10) January 26, 2022 This deal obviously fell through. Or maybe there was never a deal at all. Nevertheless, TAKE EVERYTHING THIS TIME OF THE YEAR WITH A GRAIN OF SALT. Now that I got that out of the way, I really do think there is some truth to this and that Brian Daboll could legitimately be the next head coach of the Miami Dolphins, which would be quite the wild turn of events, right?!?! Here’s what Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News (New York Giants beat writer) had to say about Brian Daboll becoming the next head coach of the Miami Dolphins. Several league sources believe Bills OC Brian Daboll is the favorite to be the Miami Dolphins' next head coach. If Daboll takes that job, Dan Quinn & Brian Flores are the leading contenders to be the Giants' next head coach, to me. NYG's done significant work on both.— Pat Leonard (@PLeonardNYDN) January 26, 2022 Will Brian Daboll become the next head coach of the Dolphins? I don’t know, but could you imagine how upset some would be. Not only would that mean someone actually wants to work with quarterback Tua Tagovailoa—as some have dismissed in the past. But he would want to be the head coach for the Dolphins so bad that he would leave the Buffalo Bills—a division rival—to travel south and compete against them for the next 3+ years. (We won’t get carried away this time.) Wow. In the latest episode of SBNation’s the Jake and Josh Show, Jake Mendel and I discuss who we think will be the next head coach of the Miami Dolphins (Spoiler Alert: We do say Brian Daboll) + the latest “nEWs ANd ruMORs. Please Subscribe to the Podcast and Leave a Review! This coaching search is far from over and as I said time and time again, take everything with a grain of salt. But after all the rumors we heard a few days ago regarding Vance Joseph and some of the other candidates—bringing Brian Daboll back to Miami to reunite with Tua Tagovailoa has me feeling pretty damn good. My only concern would be how much of Daboll’s success is because of the elite quarterback he had in Josh Allen. And second, what type of staff would he bring along with him to South Florida. Ken Dorsey has been a rumored offensive coordinator. Wink Martindale has also been mentioned as a defensive coordinator. If Brian Daboll brings a rockstar staff to Miami, it’s going to be hard for me to temper expectations. To infinity and beyond! UPDATE: 9:40 PM EST | 1/26/22 Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald also reported Brian Daboll has strong support inside the building I personally hate to use the word favorite with anyone, but as I noted yesterday, Daboll has strong support inside the Dolphins organization. https://t.co/InN7H7z0m0— Barry Jackson (@flasportsbuzz) January 26, 2022 UPDATE 12:20 AM EST | 1/27/22Pat Leonard has suggested that Daboll may inherit Miami’s defensive staff. Josh Boyer appeared to call plays early in the season, and Miami’s defense struggled. Could Gerald Alexander (a personal favorite) take over as defensive coordinator? No one knows but if this report is true, this is something to keep an eye on—with a young, ascending defense. It’s believed Daboll would inherit Dolphins defensive staff in Miami. Mentioned that in here https://t.co/fAdLzwecN5— Pat Leonard (@PLeonardNYDN) January 27, 2022 — What are your thoughts about Brian Daboll as the next head coach of the Miami Dolphins? Would you be disappointed if he was hired to fix Tua Tagovailoa and Miami’s offense? What type of staff would you like to see follow Daboll to Miami? Let us know in the comments section below!
Hot Hot Hoops has new update
22 hours ago GameThread: New York Knicks (23-25) @ Miami Heat (30-17)
Jim Rassol-USA TODAY Sports Tyler Herro returns to action tonight as the Heat host the Knicks on ESPN. This is our GAMETHREAD: Chat live about the game here! The Miami Heat (30-17) return home to host the New York Knicks (23-25) at the FTX Arena on Wednesday at 7:30pm. Tyler Herro returns to action tonight for the first time since Jan. 17 after being placed in the league’s health and safety protocols. INACTIVE/INJURIES MIAMI: Victor Oladipo: out (knee; surgery rehab) Kyle Lowry: out (personal reasons) KZ Okpala: out (wrist) Markieff Morris: out (conditoning) Chris Silva: ineligible KNICKS: Derrick Rose: out (ankle) Nerlens Noel: out (sore left knee) TV: ESPN, Bally Sports Sun, NBA League Pass Tipoff: 7:30 p.m. Radio: WAXY 790 / WAQI 710 / Sirius XM Channel 895 (Heat Radio Network simulcast)

Thursday Specials in Miami

Bougainvillea's Old Florida Tavern
Bar
7221 SW 58 Ave., South Miami Fl, 33143
Reggae Thursdays - Ladies drink FREE 10-12am! $4 Red Stripe $6 Flor de Caña. Live reggae bands!
Los Ranchos Steakhouse
Bar & Restaurant
401 Biscayne Blvd Ste N100, Miami FL, 33132
Happy Hour M-F Open-7pm
$3 Beers Imports or Domestics
$5 Reserve House Wings or Homemade Sangria by the glass
$5 Call Drinks (Includes Absolut, Jose Cuervo, Jack Daniels, Dewars, Beefeater and more)
$5 Martini Specials

1/2 off "Tid-Bit" Appetizers at the Bar from 4-7

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