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News Roundup: New Orleans Saints Canonized; Miami Dolphin Jailed

  • Workers at a Pollo Tropical across the street from Sun O))) Sun Life Stadium attempted to break the world record for biggest bowl of salsa. [CBS4]
  • Economists say Florida's jobless rated should peak this year at about 12.3 percent before finally turning around before the end of the year. [CBS4]
  • A man tried to rob an off-duty Miami-Dade police officer, but got away with nothing after the two exchanged gun shots. [WSVN]
  • Tonight CSI: Miami solves a  murder in space or something, which is probably about as ridiculous as it sounds. [ET]

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  • Who Dat? Nobody! And two former Hurricanes played a big part in the New Orleans Saints Super Bowl win last night. [Herald]
  • Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Tony McDaniel was arrested on charges of domestic battery after getting into a fight with his girlfriend and was released on $3,500 bond on Sunday. He told police that his girlfriend attacked him. [LATimes]
  • Former-Hurricane Warren Sapp was also arrested over the weekend in Miami Beach for Domestic Battery, after his girlfriend said they got into a fight over men who had called her on her cellphone. [NYTimes]
  • The Dolphins are offering the public the chance to take a walk on the Super Bowl field in exchange for donations to Haiti. [PBPost]
  • Hurricanes basketball continued their losing ways in the ACC,and dropped another game to FSU 71-65. [Herald]

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