Why? That’s the simple question from many about the NFL holding the Super Bowl outside in the cold. With ticket prices running at least $1,600 for nose bleed seats and the game expected to suffer due to the playing conditions, legends like Mike Ditka and Don Shula are questioning the decision to hold the game outside.
Desperately trying to stay in playoff contention, the Miami Dolphins look to improve to a perfect 5-0 record in its all-time series against the Carolina Panthers in Week 12.
The mess that is the Miami Dolphins organization continued to deteriorate Monday, despite owner Stephen Ross speaking for the first time on the matter and announcing a new committee to look at the state of the team.
Press from across the nation descended on Tampa Monday night, but not for the game between the 0 and 8 Tampa Buccaneers and the Miami Dolphins. Reporters were there to hear from Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross for the first time since the bullying scandal erupted.
Every team in sports or business will at some point have to deal with issues that damage the reputation of said team/company. Most will come through it and recover. But as scandal after scandal and failure after failure keep piling up for the Miami Dolphins, how much more can the team’s reputation take?
Normally you hear about players being traded or picked up by other teams. On Wednesday, it was learned that one of the top officials in the Miami Dolphins administration will be heading west.
It was standing room only at Miami City Hall, Thursday, as the commissioners debated shutting down the city’s two-year-old red light camera program.
Don Shula had the 1972 Miami Dolphins over to his house for dinner Thursday to help celebrate the 40th anniversary of their perfect season.
Quarterbacks Earl Morrall and Don Strock are among six former players to be inducted into the Miami Dolphins’ Walk of Fame.
A two-acre piece of paradise on Indian Creek Island is now off the market.