Miami Dolphins Quarterback Dan Marino throws a pass behind his back to Mark Clayton, 40 yards away, in a Saturday walk-through practice at Rich Stadium in Buffalo, back in 1988. Talk about swag city.-TODan Marino Throws Out First Pitch At Pirates GameDan Marino ‘Love Child’ Scandal Surfaces
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While it wasn't his first venture onto the field for the Miami Dolphins, October 9th, 1983 would be the first time that a rookie quarterback from Pittsburgh named Dan Marino would start for the Dolphins.
Marino had played admirably in relief against both the Los Angeles Raiders and New Orleans Saints, but head coach Don Shula had decided that it was time to make Marino a permanent...
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CBS NFL analyst (and NFL Hall of Famer) Dan Marino threw out the ceremonial first pitch at Thursday night's Pittsburgh Pirates game at Heinz Field. To commemorate the occasion, the Pirates gave Marino a custom team jersey.
Marino is a Pittsburgh native who played football and baseball at Central Catholic HS. Marino was actually drafted...
Dan Marino would easily be considered the greatest quarterback ever had he won just one stinking Super Bowl ring. Just one. However, when you look at the Super Bowl winning quarterbacks in his era- you will see something a little peculiar. This point will open your eyes to something that the Marino … Continue reading »
Dan Marino retired from the Miami Dolphins in 1999 after 16 seasons in the NFL. Marino went on to become an analyst with CBS and in 2005 became a father for the seventh time. One small problem with that, Claire, his wife of 28 years and mother of six of his children wasn’t involved with the newest bundle of joy.
Per TMZ, Marino released a statement detailing his 2004 affair with...
Former Miami Dolphins quarterback and current CBS NFL analyst Dan Marino fathered a child with a CBS Sports employee and paid her millions to keep it secret, according to the New York Post.
Marino has served as a pregame analyst for CBS since 2003 and reportedly admitted to having an affair with Donna Savattere, a production assistant at the time. Savattere, who was 35 at the time...
AN AFFAIR TO FORGET
The NY Post revealed on Thursday that NFL legend Dan Marino had a child with a CBS production assistant in 2004, to whom he also paid hush money to keep the matter quiet.
STILL HAS ISOTONER MONEY
The holdings Dan Marino had in Digital Domain, a special effects company that was behind Titanic and other films, have reportedly lost $13.8 million in value.
Much like the team's owner, Dolphins legend Dan Marino would fully support Miami's drafting of Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill.