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Topic - Jim Mandich
Jake Scott had a promise to keep.
Jim Mandich will be inducted into the Miami Dolphins' honor roll, the team announced Wednesday at the end of a two-hour program paying tribute to the longtime broadcaster and former player who died last week at age 62.
Jim Mandich, who won two Super Bowl rings with the Miami Dolphins and later became a popular radio announcer for the team, died Tuesday at age 62.
He says, `If you get in the College Hall of Fame, will you attend?'
"He was a hired gun. He was a personality," Mandich said. "He came in; he leaves two years later. I feel like taking Listerine and washing my mouth out, because it doesn't feel good to me."