Miami Dolphins players visit military veterans in Miami, West Palm Beach

Stills, Wilson stop at South Florida military hospitals on Sept. 11

A Miami-Dolphins player talks to a military veteran on Tuesday. Courtesy of the Miami Dolphins (Miami Dolphins)

MIAMI – To commemorate the 17th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, Miami Dolphins players visited military veterans Tuesday in Miami and West Palm Beach. 

Miami VA Healthcare System Chief of Medical Administration Service Titilola Olugbakinro welcomed wide receivers Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson, as well as retired wide receiver Mark Duper. 

Dolphins spokeswoman Theresa Garner said the NFL players also made a stop at the West Palm Beach VA Medical Center. 

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