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Buccaneers, Dolphins displaced after Hurricane Irma damages Florida

Just a couple of weeks since we saw the Houston Texans decamp to Frisco, Texas, after Hurricane Harvey decimated Houston, two other NFL teams have temporarily moved their bases of operation. Hurricane Irma, which battered much of Florida this weekend, has forced the Miami Dolphins and Tampa Bay Buccaneers to find new places to practice. Irma led to the NFL deciding to postpone what was to be the Week 1 game between the Dolphins and Buccaneers at Hard Rock Stadium near Miami.
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