Miami FL – The Miami Dolphins paid a visit to the Florida Keys Hurricane Irma evacuees at the Red Cross shelter in the Dade County Youth Fair Expo center. Prodoucher FunGus interviewed (see below) Miami native and former Miami Dolphins Wide Receiver Nat Moore. Nat believes this is “part of what we do” as a member of the Fins and the South Florida community. Along with AARP, The Miami Dolphins brought current players, such as Kenny Stills, Isaac Asiata, alumni, such as Nat Moore, Dolphins Cheerleaders, and other staff to help provide materials, meals, and water to evacuees. Aside from assisting as an organization, owner Steven Ross also personally pledged $1 million to hurricane relief efforts. Props to Nat Moore and the rest of the Miami Dolphins organization. For more info on how to help, please visit Dolphins.com/hurricanerelief.

Fan takes selfie with Dolphins Cheerleaders
Miami Dolphins G Isaac Asiata at Red Cross Shelter
Miami Dolphins WR Kenny Stills (middle) and CB Torry McTyer (right) at Red Cross Shelter

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Gustavo Chacon
Most of you know me as The Prodoucher FunGus, but my government name is Gustavo A. Chacon. Born and raised in the 305! I say Miami sports fans should be grateful for what we've been able to experience, at least in my lifetime. Pretty well rounded in the major sports, but baseball is probably my weakest subject. Doesn't stop me from writing about it! Either way, I find it pointless to memorize every sports stat since the beginning of time when I can just look it up, so don't expect me to drop some knowledge unless it's useful in the real world. However, I'm not afraid to tell you why you're opinion is 100% wrong, lest we agree, of course. Wanna get into it? Argue with me @lemoncityfungus. It'll be fun!
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