Joe Rose is retiring from Miami NBC owned station WTVJ at the end of the year.
“It’s time for me to slow down and get a decent night’s sleep!” Rose said in a statement posted to the station’s website.
In his first career, Rose played for the Miami Dolphins from 1980 until 1986 and is best known for grabbing the first touchdown pass thrown by NFL Hall of Famer Dan Marino. He started at WTVJ in 1992.
“Joe has covered Super Bowls, the Heat’s NBA Championships, the Marlins’ World Series Championships, the Hurricanes’ National Championships and his beloved Miami Dolphins, all with his insightful and unique charm,” said Larry Olevitch, WTVJ president and GM. “We are grateful to Joe’s commitment to NBC 6 and our viewers and we will be sure to celebrate his tenure at the station later this year with a special send-off.”