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In wake of Incognito scandal, Miami Dolphins push anti-bullying law in FL legislature


The Miami Dolphins are heading back to the Florida Legislature – but this time, it has nothing to do with their aging stadium.

The Dolphins on Tuesday helped introduce the Safe Athletics Education and Training Act of 2014 – a bill that would codify suggestions made by New York University researchers on ways to combat bullying.

The initiative is the boldest move yet in the team’s attempt to move past the embarrassing abuse scandal that has dominated the last four months.

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