Most talked about South Florida Sun Sentinel stories

Have Dolphins improved enough to become a winner in today's NFL?

sun-sentinel.com — Sun Sentinel sports reporters Omar Kelly and Chris Perkins give their view on the Miami Dolphins offense before training camp begins. It was the first day of offseason weightlifting for the Miami Dolphins, so the newcomers needed to impress their new teammates, and the old heads needed to mark their territory.

Practice report: Live updates from Miami Dolphins training camp!

sun-sentinel.com — Charles Clay: 'Ryan Tannehill is a lot more vocal than in year's past' -- Devlin with a hand off to Damien Williams, which got stuffed at line of scrimmage. Practice is done. -- Matt Moore with a high pass to Gerald Ford. Catchable ball though. -- Matt Moore with a crisp slant to Kevin Cone.

Even without LeBron James, will Miami Heat remain South Florida's lone playoff team?

sun-sentinel.com — Q: Ira, your paper and the Herald have had stories about how with LeBron gone, this can become a football town again. My question: Nowhere in those stories does anyone say they expect the Dolphins to have a better record than the Heat. -- Ian, Miramar.
Jul 25, 2014

Even without LeBron, will Heat remain South Florida's lone playoff team? Latest "Ask Ira" at bit.ly/1rRb3bY plus more.

Miami Marlins: Giancarlo Stanton struggling through July

sun-sentinel.com — Miami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton reacts after striking out in the third inning against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field on July 8. (Mark J. Rebilas / USA Today Sports / ) Historically, July has been a somewhat quiet month for Giancarlo Stanton. Quiet being a relative term in his case.