Miami Dolphins Tales From The Deep
Following a standout career at the University of Florida, Nat Moore returned to his hometown of Miami as a third-round draft choice of the Dolphins. Moore bridged the gap between two of the team’s most prolific eras, hauling in 74 touchdown passes along the way, the majority of which were thrown by a pair of Hall of Fame quarterbacks in Bob Griese and Dan Marino. Joining O.J. and Seth in The Tank, Nat talks learning the ropes from another Hall of Famer in Paul Warfield, being in the huddle with Griese and Marino, feeling the wrath of the iconic Don Shula, and finding time to mentor “The Marks Brothers,” Mark Duper and Mark Clayton. Nat also discusses some of his most memorable moments in South Florida lore including his “Helicopter Catch” against the Jets, his role in helping the Dolphins hand the 85 Chicago Bears their only loss of the season, and how giving a young Luther Campbell his first DJ gig changed the face of Miami music forever.
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