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The legal maneuverings aren’t over yet for Miami Dolphins receiver TonyMartin.Although a jury acquitted Martin of federal money-laundering chargeslast week, he still faces court scrutiny over his bid to erase nearly$2 million in debts in a personal bankruptcy filing.

Martin, a star player whom the Dolphins hope will help them contend fora Super Bowl title this year, took the field for an exhibition gamelast weekend. And for the first time in months, he played withouthaving to worry that he could be sent to prison.

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