News Roundup: Dolphins Resign Pennington, Sign Dansby

  • The makeshift town that a band of sex offenders called home for years under the Tuttle has finally been demolished. [Herald]
  • A mother and daughter plunged seven feet after the floor in the Marco Polo hotel and condos in Sunny Isles beach collapsed. [CBS4]
  • The big gay Winter Party was this weekend. [Herald]
  • Sorry kids, the wonderful bane of public school existence known as the FCAT begins today. [CBS4]
  • Karlos Dansby has officially signed with the Dolphins next season. [Herald]
  • Safety Ryan Clark reportedly has a meeting with the Dolphins. [ESPN]
  • Meanwhile, nose tackle Jason Ferguson, a free agent who played with the Fins last year, has been suspended for the first 8 games of next season for testing positive for performance enhancing drugs. [NYTimes]
  • But, oh hey, Chad Pennington has decided to stick around in Miami next year even though the starting QB position may be the other Chad. [ESPN]
  • In college baseball, the Florida Gators took two out of three games over their weekend series against the Miami Hurricanes. [Alligator]

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Kyle Munzenrieder