MIAMI (CBSMiami.com) – There still isn’t a deal in place between the NFL and the NFL Players Association, but the Miami Dolphins have announced that all single-game tickets will go on sale Saturday at 10 a.m.
Among the games that will go on sale as individual tickets for the first time will be home games against the New England Patriots (Sept. 12), Denver Broncos (October 23), Philadelphia Eagles (December 11), and the New York Jets (January 1).
The Broncos game will feature the return of former Florida quarterback Tim Tebow to South Florida. Tebow won one of two National Championships in college in a game at Sun Life Stadium.
The Eagles game on December 11 should allow Dolphins fans the chance to watch Eagles quarterback Michael Vick in person as he tries to run and pass the Eagles through the Dolphins’ 3-4 defense.
The early-season matchup with the Patriots will give Dolphins fans a good barometer of how much talent the team has and whether they can compete with the top teams in the AFC East.