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Miami Dolphins want fans to help Hurricane Harvey relief (including vs. Bucs)

Defensive back Michael Thomas, shown during a community event with kids in Fort Pierce, hopes Dolphins fans can give a helping hand to his hometown Houston. (Allen Eyestone / The Palm Beach Post)

The Dolphins are joining the list of NFL teams pitching in to help victims of Hurricane Harvey.

The Dolphins announced a donation drive Wednesday to collect items to be sent to shelters in the Houston area.

Until Sept. 15, fans can drop off items by entering Gate 4 at Hard Rock Stadium. Donations also will be accepted at the Sept. 10 regular-season opener against the visiting Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Fans also can drop off supplies at the Dolphins’ training facility at Nova Southeastern University in Davie.

Items needed include baby supplies (diapers, nonperishable food, etc.), clothing, batteries, blankets, toiletries, hand sanitizer and bottled water. A full list of eligible supplies is posted on the team’s website.

I know y’all got clothes y’all don’t wear no mo … Drop off to Hard Rock Stadium or ship to 1865 Aldine Bender RD Houston, TX 77032

— Michael Thomas (@Michael31Thomas) August 30, 2017

Among the advocates for the drive is Dolphins defensive back Michael Thomas, who is from Houston and has family and property …read more

Source:: Palm Beach Post