News Roundup: Dolphins Just Cold Ignoring Jason Taylor

  • An early morning crash between an SUV and a Nissan Maxima filled with five men has sent all of the Nissan's passengers to the hospital after the car flipped. The driver and a passenger in the SUV took off on foot and have not been found. [CBS4]
  • A house in Miami was sprayed with bullets last night. No one was seriously injured, but two people were grazed by the gunfire. [WSVN]
  • Police called in the robots to detonate a suspicious package at the Coast Guard office in Downtown. Some 700 people were evacuated from the building, as well as others nearby. [CBS4]

Sports
  • The Dolphins just don't seemingly care at all for this Jason Taylor fellow, and no one knows if he's coming back. [Herald]
  • The domestic battery charges filed against Warren Sapp have been dropped. [AP]
  • The Canes received a verbal commitment from highly recruited Boston area cornerback Albert Louis-Jean. [BostonHerald]

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Kyle Munzenrieder