In case you missed it: July 21

July 22, 2013

In case you missed it, here were the top stories on FOX Sports Florida from Sunday, July 21.
* NFL training is camp is a far and violent cry from the comparably tame spring training in Major League Baseball. Read More
* Florida State cornerback Lamarcus Joyner and the rest of the Seminoles welcome anyone who thinks FSU will fall off after winning the ACC championship last season. Read More 
* The Heat are among the final choices for free agent center Marcus Camby, who was bought out by the Raptors after being traded there from the Knicks. Read More 
* Henderson Alvarez threw seven shutout innings, but the Marlins were again held without a run, losing in 13 innings in being swept by the Brewers. Read More 
* At the ACC media days, Miami Hurricanes quarterback Stephen Morris and defensive end Shayon Green say the teams is focused on playing football and not on any penalties the NCAA may eventually hand down. Read More 
* Chris Archer threw seven strong innings and Luke Scott bashed a two-run home run as the Rays held off the Blue Jays to complete a three-game road sweep and run their win streak to five games. Read More 
* Dolphins center Mike Pouncey won’t discuss a photograph that showed him and his twin brother Maurkice wearing hats that supported former Gator and Patriot Aaron Hernandez. Read More 
* The Atlantic Coast Conference has seen its share of moves and changes, but now it is determined to settle into a routine of stability. Read More 
* The Rays activated James Loney -- who on Thursday with his wife welcome their first child -- from the paternity list. Read More 
* Dolphins top draft pick Dion Jordan was at camp, even though he was relegated to the sidelines recovering from a shoulder injury. Read More 
* Florida Gators linebacker Antonio Morrison was charged with two misdemeanors and will be suspended for at least two games. Read More