South Florida is full of temptations 24 ... 7 ... 365. And there is nothing the Miami Dolphins can do about that in hoping, praying their players stay out of trouble.
But when you have the volatile mix of young players, a Memorial Day weekend and so many parties it is hard to count, the Dolphins answer with what I believe to be brilliant scheduling for their rookie minicamp.
That minicamp is this weekend. Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
And so the rookies -- the eight draft picks, 20 or so undrafted free agent signees and tryout guys -- won't likely be out on Miami Beach partying because they'll spend most of the day working. And, I suppose, they'll be meeting in the evening.
So much for attending the Rock the Yacht party, the Kinfolks Soulfood Festival, the Sunkissed Rooftop Day Party, the Best of the Best Welcome Party, the Fortune 500 bash, the Meek Mill bash at Mansion, the Kevin Hart Celebrity Cruise, the Keyshia Cole concert, the YMCMB at Club LIV, the ...
... Well, you get the drift.
Even former Dolphins offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie is hosting a party this Friday.
There's lots to do here this weekend. A lot of it involves alcohol. Extra police will be everywhere.
The Dolphins rookies? They'll be working in Davie thanks to some excellent timing by the team.