Miami Dolphins players take care of business off the field, too

MIAMI GARDENS — The bye week is a good opportunity for Miami Dolphins players, after playing 10 games in 10 weeks, to take some well-deserved time off, relax, be with family and maybe take a quick vacation.

And for some Dolphins, they can catch up on business they’ve had to put on the back burner during the arduous grind of an NFL season.

Several Dolphins players are involved in business ventures or other investments outside of football.

Linebacker Elandon Roberts has a daiquiri bar and concrete business in his hometown of Port Arthur, Texas, plus a coffee shop he’s opening

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Former Dolphins, Marlins Exec Takes Helm of UCF’s DeVos Sport Business Management Program

Former Miami Dolphins and Miami Marlins executive Adrien Bouchet was recently named the new director of the DeVos Sport Business Management Program at the University of Central Florida. Bouchet’s hiring follows the retirement of sports industry pioneer, author and activist Richard Lapchick, who helped put the 20-year-old program on the map. Bouchet, who spent 12 years at the University of Tulsa, takes over a globally ranked program that provides a pipeline of talent into the sport business industry.

Adrien Bouchet, the new director of the DeVos Sport Business Management Program at UCF

“I was aware of Richard Lapchick, of course.

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