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Dolphins do a good deed for Christmas

Not a lot of words for you this morning. Those will come later, immediately following the press conferences, conference calls, open locker room, and whatever phone calls from your servant blogger to sources get returned.

So check back later for information.

Meanwhile, you might be interested to know that on Tuesday, Dolphins coaches and players donated $37,000 worth of toys to 170 kids from Miami-Dade and Broward Counties that otherwise wouldn't have enjoyed a gift this Christmas.

Tony and Jeanette Sparano, members of the Miami Dolphins cheerleading squad, and players including Charlie Anderson, Akin Ayodele, Ryan Baker, Davone Bess, Ronnie Brown, Greg Camarillo, Dan Carpenter, Vernon Carey Vontae Davis, John Denney, Nate Garner, Andrew Hartline, Jake Long, Lydon Murtha, John Nalbone, Lousaka Polite, Joey Porter, Paul Soliai, Donald Thomas, Reggie Torbor and Patrick Turner took part in the event.

“Having the opportunity to come out here and put a smile on these kids face is priceless,” said linebacker Reggie Torbor. “We are in a position where we are blessed and can help other people. We just wanted to make this holiday a special one for everyone involved.”

But enough words. Let the pictures tell the story. (I thought I'd throw in a photo of my Christmas tree at home, which the wife and I finished trimming on Tuesday). By the way, we do not forget our Jewish friends here. Happy Hanukkah ya'll and Shalom. Enjoy:

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