In case you missed it: August 5

In case you missed it, here were the top stories on Fox Sports Florida from Monday, August 5:
* Safety Reshad Jones has reportedly agreed to a four-year extension that will keep him with the Dolphins through the 2017 season. Read More
* The Jaguars revamped defensive line is looking strong in camp. After recording an NFL-low 20 sacks, the Jaguars are looking for more from their revamped defensive line. Read More
* After three disappointing seasons both on and off the field, the Hurricanes’ Seantrel Henderson just might be headed toward accomplishment and fulfillment. If so, he’ll point to July 25, 2012, as a significant turning point. That was the day Henderson lost best friend Jordan Hughes in a fatal shooting. Read More
* Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Darrelle Revis said Monday it is “too far down the road” to know if he will play in Week 1 against his former team, though coach Greg Schiano remains hopeful. Read More
* Rays pitcher Chris Archer was named AL pitcher and rookie of the month for July after going 4-0 with an 0.73 ERA. Read More 
* In his weekly State of the Rays, Andrew Asleford analyzes Wil Myers’ season – which is among the best of any rookies (through 39 games) in major league history. Read More
* Jose Fernandez is named the NL rookie of the month after going 3-1 with a 2.06 ERA in July. Read More
* Former 1,000-yard rusher Peyton Hillis is hoping a change of scenery will help him get a once-promising NFL career back on track. The sixth-year pro signed a one-year contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last month and is competing for a job to play behind Pro Bowl running back Doug Martin. Read More
* With the Miami Heat roster already loaded – and the prospect of a luxury tax already looming – the agent for second-round pick James Ennis said the Long Beach State star is looking to play overseas in 2013-14 and play for the Heat the following year. Read More
* Alex Rodriguez’s ties to PEDs have “disappointed and saddened” his high school coach. Still, Rich Hofman says he loves A-Rod like a son. Read More
* Florida fullback Gideom Ajagbe has a tough last name to pronounce – even Gators OC Brett Pease is struggling with it, but Ajagbe has moved over from linebacker to fill a need and is fitting in well. Read More
* Gators coach Will Muschamp knows that referees will err on the side of the caution when it comes to the NCAA’s new targeting rule. But he’s worried about the speed of the play and the gray area of the call. Read More
* Chelsea will meet Real Madrid in the final on the inaugural International Champions Cup on Aug. 7 at Sun Life Stadium. Read More