The bill to tax tourists for renovations of Sun Life Stadium didn’t pass, but people voted, and now their votes have been counted.
As South Florida continues to ponder what will happen with both the Miami Dolphins and possible future Super Bowls in the area, other cities are seeing blood in the water and may jump at the chance to push Miami out of the Super Bowl rotation.
The Miami Dolphins spent part of the day Sunday fortifying the offensive line that will be tasked with opening running lanes for Lamar Miller and keeping defensive ends off the back of quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
The Heat take the court again tonight with the biggest question being exactly who will be on the court for the Bulls. The Marlins scored 14 runs last night, guess us reporting on how awful they are is starting to take hold. Plus, the Dolphins add a big piece on the offensive line. And why South Florida may bid farewell to the Dolphins in the next decade.
The Miami Dolphins’ plans to renovate Sun Life Stadium died in the Florida House Friday. The defeat could end up costing South Florida millions of dollars in revenue from future Super Bowl’s and left fans in the area asking, what now?
If you’re looking for a Miami Dolphins rookie who may make an immediate impact on the team, you might want to focus on fifth-round draft pick Mike Gillislee out of the University of Florida.
The future of Sun Life Stadium, and possibly future Super Bowls in South Florida, is up in the air Friday afternoon after the Florida House of Representatives failed to take up a bill dealing with the renovation of Sun Life Stadium.
The Miami Dolphins will get their first look at the incoming class of rookies Friday when the team holds a three-day minicamp.
The Miami Dolphins selected cornerback Jamar Taylor with the 54th pick in last weekend’s draft. Taylor was considered one of the top corners available, but a medical red flag may end up benefitting the Dolphins long-term.
The Florida House of Representatives started work Wednesday the exact same way they ended work on Tuesday, with a robotic computer program reading every word of every bill at the request of House Democrats.