In case you missed it: July 5

In case you missed it, here were the top stories on FOX Sports Florida from Friday, July 5:

* James Loney is a man of few words, letting his bat do the talking for him as he keeps up his hitting streak. Read More
* The Marlins got a home run from Logan Morrison but otherwise struggled against Jake Westbrook in dropping their series opener to the Cardinals. Read More
* Right-hander Jeremy Hellickson won his fourth straight start as the Rays smashed the White Sox in their return to Tropicana Field. Read More
* After a late delay, Matt Kenseth pulled away to win Friday night’s Nationwide race at Daytona. Read More
* Bulls center Joakim Noah and new Rockets center Dwight Howard are among the NBA players who will train with Hakeem Olajuwon this summer. Read More
* FOX Sports’ Lee Spencer breaks down why this year’s Coke Zero 400 is up for grabs for pretty much any driver. Read More
* Daytona International Speedway broke ground Friday on its massive $400 million project. Read More
* Rays righty Alex Cobb threw his first bullpen session since being struck in the head with a line drive, but he says he is still deal with some vertigo. Read More
* Teammates Kyle Busch and Matt Kenseth took the front row for Saturday’s Sprint Cup race at Daytona. Read More
* Austin Dillon won the pole for Friday night’s Nationwide race at Daytona International Speedway. Read More
* Tony Stewart will have you know that he is nothing like the agile and limber athlete that he appears to be in his commercial. Read More
* Some have slumped, while others have simmered. Here’s Andrew Astleford’s weekly review of who’s running hot and cold around the majors. View Gallery
* From the moment the Jaguars took Luke Joeckel with the second overall selection in April, he has become linked to another offensive tackle who was also a No. 2 choice before the franchise had even played its first game — Tony Boselli. Read More
* The Louisville Sports Commission named Miami Hurricanes sophomore Duke Johnson to its Paul Hornung Watch List on Friday. Read More
* The Tampa Bay Lightning signed Jonathan Drouin, its top pick in the 2013 draft, to a three-year, entry level deal. The Bolts also inked unrestricted free agent Valtteri Filppula to a five-year, $25 million contract. Read More
* The Florida Panthers signed restricted free agent Shawn Matthias to a two-year deal, the team announced Friday. Read More
* Stephen Weiss, the Florida Panthers’ longest tenured player, signed a five-year deal with the Detroit Red Wings on Friday. Read More
* Jacksonville Jaguars receiver Justin Blackmon is recovering from groin surgery. Read More