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Contributions to TuAnon founder’s family exceed $100,000

Mike Florio and Myles Simmons commend Mike McDaniels’ creative response to avoid any tampering issues and evaluate if Dalvin Cook could be a difference-maker for the Dolphins.

Eric Carmona recently died in a car accident. He was 30.

Carmona, known as the founder of the tongue-partially-in-cheek TuAnon fan club in support of Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, left behind a wife and four young children.

A GoFundMe campaign, to which Tua donated $10,000, has now surpassed $100,000.

You can contribute here, if you’d like. All fans of pro football are tied together by their love of the game. Regardless of which team or players a given fan supports, having those strong, passionate feelings is what most fans have in common.

Eric Carmona was a strong and passionate fan. His family will need help, now that he’s gone. Even a few bucks can make a difference, if you’re inclined to contribute. It will all add up -- and it already is.