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Armando and the Amigo debuts today 6-10 a.m.

This morning marks my return to talk radio, as I take over the morning drive show on 640 Sports here in South Florida.

I hope you will tune in to "Armando and the Amigo" and make me and my co-host Larry Milian part of your morning routine whether you live in South Florida or not. If you are local, you can obviously tune in at 640-AM if you're in your car or at www.640WFTL.com if you're at your computer.

Doesn't matter if you're at work. I'm having permission slips printed so your boss won't mind.

You can listen live by clicking the window that says, well, "Listen Live On Air Now." You can also call the show toll free from anywhere in the country. Our numbers are 1-888-640-WFTL. That's 1-888-640-9385.

You can also text me your questions or comments directly at 2247-640-640.

A few things I want to share that I will expand upon during today's show:

1. I just do not see Pat White making the Dolphins unless something drastic happens. His so-called "personal issues," as he called it and "personal injury issue," as coach Tony Sparano called it, have little to do with my opinion. I've been watching White practice the past few days and, frankly, I don't see the improvement from last season.

2. I'll share with you an interview I did with cornerback Sean Smith and tell you why we should pay very close attention to his practice battles with Brandon Marshall.

3. Look, this is your opportunity to get as inside the Fins as you can without being part of the team. I do not know it all, but I have no agenda. If you ask me a question, I'll tell you all I know. I don't have to hold back tons of information like some shows must. And I have 20 years of covering the team to draw on, which other shows simply cannot provide. Will I have an optimistic outlook most of the time? Yes. I think some good things are coming. You guys know I admire Bill Parcells and respect Tony Sparano and Jeff Ireland. I also like most of the players. But I'm never going to give you the company line.

My show will cover all sports, so if you want to discuss college football or CFL football, or Arena football, or Australian Rules Football, I'm good with that. Just kidding. We'll talk baseball. Former Mets GM and ESPN analyst Steve Phillips is scheduled to be on the show today. We'll talk NBA and Heat also.

I also promise surprise guests and segments as the weeks pass. It should be fun.

So please give a listen.