In case you missed it: Dec. 5

In case you missed it, here were the top stories from FOX Sports Florida for Thursday, Dec. 5:

* Head coach Gus Bradley has kept the Jaguars locker room upbeat all season, and now his team is finally getting something to celebrate with Thursday’s victory over the Texans. It snapped a lengthy home losing skid and also added to their three-game win streak this season. Read More

* Heat Check: Charlie McCarthy takes a look at how Miami was overpowered in the paint by Carlos Boozer, Taj Gibson and the Bulls on the road. Read More

* The Heat couldn’t slow down Carlos Boozer, who led all scorers with 27, as the Heat fell to the Bulls in Chicago for their second straight loss. Read More

* Jaguars 27, Texans 20: Ken Hornack takes a look at the key takeaways from Jacksonville’s victory over Houston. Read More

* The Jaguars have a three-game win streak going as Chad Henne threw for two touchdowns and Jacksonville picked up its first home victory of the season by sending the slumping Texans to their 11th straight defeat. Read More

* Dylan Olsen scored his first career goal, and four other Panthers players got in on the action as Florida routed the visiting Jets. Read More

* Just two days after adding a catcher in Jarrod Saltalamacchia, the Marlins went out and addressed their problem in the infield, reportedly agreeing to a one-year deal with longtime shortstop Rafael Furcal, who has not played second base since 2004. Read More

* Martin St. Louis scored twice, helping the Lightning shake off two straight shutout losses by beating the visiting Senators. Read More

* Heat guard Dwyane Wade did not play Thursday night in Chicago against the Bulls, as he was dealing with flu-like symptoms. Read More

* With the investigation closed and no charges filed, Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston and the rest of the Seminoles are ready to move on. Jimbo Fisher praised Winston’s maturity in handling the whole situation. Read More

* Fresh off his first career triple-double, Orlando Magic rookie Victor Oladipo popped by the set of “Crowd Goes Wild” on FOX Sports 1 to play some games and answer some off-the-wall questions. Read More

* Defensive lineman Brandon Deaderick did not play against the Texans on Thursday night in Jacksonville, the first game he has missed this season. Read More

* The Rays announced they re-signed reliever Juan Carlos Oviedo, formerly known as Leo Nunez, to a one-year deal. Oviedo has not pitched since he was the Marlins closer in 2011. Read More

* According to The Associated Press, Dolphins offensive tackle Jonathan Martin was in Los Angeles Thursday for another round of meetings with the NFL investigator looking into the situation in Miami. Read More

* State Attorney Willie Meggs announced Thursday afternoon that Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston will not be charged after a sexual assault investigation. Read More

* The Miami Marlins enter next week’s Winter Meetings in search of one thing: bats. Christina De Nicola recaps what the organization has done so far and what’s to come this offseason. Read More

* Tampa Bay wide receiver Vincent Jackson’s status for Sunday’s game is uncertain. His coach Greg Schiano said it is up to Jackson whether he plays through a hamstring injury. Read More

* Asking Pat Williams to name a favorite moment in Orlando Magic history would be like asking him to name a favorite child or a favorite book he has written. But it may come as a surprise or even a shock to hear him not cite the teams which got to the NBA Finals in 1995 and 2009, or the winning of the draft lotteries in 1992, 1993 and 2004. After all this time, the father of 19 (14 of whom were adopted) and the author of more than 80 books maintains the softest of spots for a collection of players who lost 64 games in the Magic’s inaugural season. Read More

* LeBron James reportedly will be taking his talents to Hollywood. Variety reported James will co-star with Kevin Hart in a comedy called “Ballers.” James apparently will play an NBA superstar — shocking! — whose brother gets the chance to prove himself at a weekend fantasy basketball camp. Read More