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Twan Russell speaks to campers at Estero Traditional Camp and Estero Teen Camp during a Miami Dolphins news conference on Tuesday, July 14, 2009 at Estero Communityu Park. Allie Garza / Staff

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Twan Russell speaks to campers at Estero Traditional Camp and Estero Teen Camp during a Miami Dolphins news conference on Tuesday, July 14, 2009 at Estero Communityu Park. Allie Garza / Staff

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  • Chris Overholt, left, vice president of marketing and new media for the Miami Dolphins, listens as Mike Dee, Miami Dolphins CEO, right, speaks to John Yarborough, ormer Lee County Parks and Recreation director who Dee has appointed as a liaison to Southwest Florida, giving him the title of Community Affairs Consultant during a news conference on Thursday, July 14, 2009 at Estero Community Park. Allie Garza / Staff
  • Twan Russell speaks to campers at Estero Traditional Camp and Estero Teen Camp during a Miami Dolphins news conference on Tuesday, July 14, 2009 at Estero Communityu Park. Allie Garza / Staff
  • Mike Dee, CEO of the Miami Dolphins, speaks during a news conference regarding the Dolphins' involvement with Southwest Florida on Thursday, July 14, 2009 at Estero Community Park. Allie Garza / Staff
  • Nat Moore, special projects & alumni coordinator for the Miami Dolphins, shakes the hands of campers at Estero Traditional Camp during a news conference on Tuesday, July 14, 2009 at Estero Community Park. Allie Garza / Staff

Miami Dolphins CEO Mike Dee and company announced plans to try to rebuild a cracking Collier and Lee County fanbase during a lengthy press conference and pep rally on Tuesday afternoon in at the Estero Community Park Recreation Center.

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