News Roundup

  • Last night in the Colts vs. Fins game, we saw two offenses: one with a gimmick and one with solid talent. Even though the Colts' offense had the ball for less than 15 minutes the entire game, they still won 27-23. [Reuters]
  • But hey, at least there were tons of celebs at the game! That's comforting, right? No, not really. [AP]
  • Expect to see a lot more of Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez in town, because they just bought a condo in Icon Brickell. [People]
  • Michael Beasley is back from rehab. [USAToday]
  • Adam Tavss, the Miami Beach cop involved in two controversial shootings in two days earlier this year, has been suspended. [Herald]
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