In case you missed it: July 25

BY foxsports • July 26, 2013

In case you missed it, here were the top stories on FOX Sports Florida from Thursday, July 25:
* Rob Brantly scored on a wild pitch to break up a scoreless game in the eighth inning, Donovan Solano homered in a four-run ninth, and the Miami Marlins overcame a 93-minute rain delay to beat the Colorado Rockies 5-3 on Thursday. Read More
*  Miami Marlins outfielder Marcell Ozuna was placed on the major league disabled list with a left thumb injury Thursday, three days after the team optioned him to Double-A Jacksonville. Ozuna suffered a ligament tear and avulsion fracture on Monday night just before being sent down. He was placed on the 15-day DL, retroactive to July 23, and was scheduled to undergo surgery on Friday. Read More
* Thursday's game between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Boston Red Sox has been postponed by rain. The game will be made up on Monday, which had been an off day for both teams, at 6:10 p.m. Read More
* With Mike Miller no longer on the Miami Heat, James Jones may have a broader role this coming season, and while even he isn't sure what will happen, the veteran guard plans to be ready. Read More
* Warren Sapp, who will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Aug. 3, stopped by One Buc Place on the first day of training camp Thursday and shared his thoughts on the current team. He was present for his duties as an NFL Network analyst, but the former defensive tackle who played for Tampa Bay from 1995-2003 did not shy away from offering opinions about the current group wearing pewter on red. Read More
* Darrelle Revis' appearance on the practice fields during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' first day of training camp Thursday was a time for second chances. Ten months ago, the four-time Pro Bowl cornerback felt the fear of the unknown, the way a serious injury can strip away NFL life's bravado and reveal raw vulnerability. Read More
*  The Jacksonville Jaguars cut tight end Kyler Reed and safety Chris Banjo, making room for receiver Cole McKenzie and place-kicker Adam Yates on Thursday, the eve of training camp. Read More
*  Lamarcus Joyner decided to return for his senior season at Florida State to earn his degree but also in hopes of improving his draft stock. An All-ACC safety in 2012, Joyner decided that he wanted to move to corner. It's a risky move for the 5-foot-8 Joyner, but he hopes that the versatility will show teams his value. Read More
*  With former Gators tight end Aaron Hernandez facing murder charges, University of Florida officials have begun the process of removing any trace of his legacy at the school. On Thursday, a picture of his All-American brick being removed was posted on Twitter. Read More


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