Coronavirus cases in Florida have dipped to some of the lowest number reported in months.
The Miami Dolphins will allow up to 13,000 socially distancing fans to attend their home opener against the Buffalo Bills on Sept. 20, a decision that divided political leaders and upset the visiting coach.
The Miami Dolphins will wear a patch to honor Don Shula this season.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have pushed back the date their rookies are supposed to report. A group of about 10 players got in a workout on Monday. Official training starts July 28.
The 49ers will fly the flag next to the California state flag and the United States flag.
Tom Brady is getting comfortable in Tampa, maybe too comfortable. He recently walked into the house of a stranger, mistaking the man's house for that of Coach Byron Leftwich.
“I’m not one to gossip so you didn’t hear this from me,” Tampa Mayor Jane Castor told St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman during a live-streamed, joint update on the cities’ response to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
In one of his first moves as a Tampa Bay Buccaneer, Tom Brady and his wife, Gisele Bündchen, donated an amount that would pay for 750,000 meals through Feeding Tampa Bay.
Tom Brady and wife Gisele have found a rental home in the Tampa area as he prepares to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Super Bowl MVP got to say something that he's wanted to say his whole life: "I'm going to Disney World."
Super Bowl champion Derrick Nnadi sponsored all dog adoptions at the KC Pet Project.
Are you feeling a little sick? There is a lot of stuff going around, or at least it might seem that way at work Monday where millions are expected to call out sick the day after the Super Bowl.
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station shared a photo Sunday showing Miami Gardens from outer space ahead of Super Bowl LIV.
This is the third rescue that the Elijah family has taken in.
Good Day Orlando kicks off Super Bowl Sunday with live coverage from Miami, a kickoff tailgate party, and everything else to get you excited for the big game.
The NFL has chips in players' shoulder pads, in the ball, in the sticks, and on the goal line. The league is collecting all this data to try to improve the health and safety of the players.
The Griffin twins, Shaquem and Shaquill, have always said they would be back in Orlando to play in the Pro Bowl someday, and now, that dream is a reality for Shaquill.
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In Jacksonville, a familiar face is back on the practice field. Quarterback Nick Foles returns to do some non-contact work after recovering from a broken collar bone.