The minority owner of the Miami Dolphins separates from his wife.
After seven years of marriage Marc Anthony and J Lo have separated, according to reports.
"We have decided to end our marriage. This was a very difficult decision. We have come to amicable conclusion on all matters," in a released statement. "It is a painful time for all involved, and we appreciate the respect of our privacy at this time."
Why would this matter to a sports site? Have you heard of the Los Angeles Dodgers? With the McCourt divorce almost destroying one of the great franchises in all of sports, there is a little known fact about Marc Anthony: He's a minority owner of the Miami Dolphins. Sure, that's not the same as the Frank and Jamie McCourt situation, because the McCourts were majority owners, but who knows.
Will J Lo come after the Dolphins? If she watched any of their games from the last two years, she's probably be better off taking a house and an extra car or two and leave the languishing Dolphins to Marc.
But what would a J-Lo run Dolphins team look like? Much better sideline dancers, probably. More stylish uniforms would also be in the works. Cristal would be served in all huddles and Brandon Marshall would have to play shirtless (while performing a choreographed dance on poles installed on the 50 yard line.) I also assume coach Tony Sparano would continue to wear his sunglasses indoors (but his mustache would have to go.)
The couple are the parents of three-year-old twins Max and Emme. And are technically the minority owners of Chad Henne.
Dolphins fans pray that your team doesn't get dragged through court and have to go through a check-bouncing ordeal like the LA Dodgers are going through.