Miami's Sports Stars Sent Us Some Valentine's Day Cards

Valentine's Day is today, which means we've spent all week collecting heart-warming cards. Tons of people have reached out to us to tell us how much we mean to them. Our hearts were so touched, we decided to let everyone know about it.

Between cards from vaping companies and craft beer festivals, we got some love from some pretty surprising Miami sports celebrities. Apparently, they are really into us and want us to help spread just how much they love being a part of South Florida.

We took the courtesy of going ahead and opening a few of them so we could share them with you here. Maybe you can share them with others so everyone knows just how nice these guys are even when the camera isn't turned on.

11. Hassan Whiteside

That means a lot coming from you, Hassan.

10. Joe Philbin

That's really nice of you, Joe. Hopefully this Valentine's Day brings you lots of Kodak moments.

9. Chris Bosh

We love you too, Boshua Q. Bear.

8. The Miami Dolphins

Does this mean we have final say on the 53-man roster? If so, no more Daniel Thomas.

7. Pat Riley

We are trying, Dad. It hasn't been easy.

6. Jeffrey Loria

Just when we were starting to forget how much you screwed us, you go and make a classless joke.

5. The Florida Panthers

Big, if true.

4. David Beckham

Can't wait, Beckham cakes.

3. Giancarlo Stanton

Straight to the point, we like it. Let's get weird.

2. Chris "Birdman" Andersen

/pees self //hangs card outside home to deter burglars.

1. Erik Spoelstra

Even when penning a love note, you stay true to your identity. Love you too, Spo.

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