So after former Miami Dolphins CEO left the team this summer to replace some guy named Tom Garfinkle as President and CEO of the San Diego Padres, Stephen Ross and Dolphins brass started an exhaustive search to find his replacement. Oddly enough they've decided that the very same Tom Garfinkle, whom ... More >>
Mike Dee is changing teams, changing coasts and changing leagues. The Miami Dolphins CEO has resigned and will take over as president and CEO of the San Diego Padres.
Just a day after Miami Dolphins CEO Mike Dee casually quipped that the team was "open" to moving to Palm Beach, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell stressed that the league wants the team to stay put in the only home it's ever known, Miami-Dade County. Goodell also stated that the league will do "whateve ... More >>
Dolphins CEO Mike Dee told reporters today that he's "open" to the idea of moving the team to Palm Beach County. Which seems ridiculous on so many levels, but threatening to move the team when you're looking for a public handout is the oldest trick in the book. So it's really not surprising.
People were left scratching their heads wondering why a man worth more than $4.4 billion was asking tax payers for more than $200 million to renovate his football team's stadium. But it appears that Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross isn't a total tightwad. He's now pledged to give away at least half ... More >>
For weeks, the Miami Dolphins have been promising that the team won't move forward with the $390 million renovation of Sun Life Stadium if the NFL doesn't award the city a Super Bowl in 2015 or 2016. Well, the Dolphins caught a break.A couple of hours ago, during deliberations by the Miami-Dade Coun ... More >>
The Miami Dolphins are so confident the NFL is going to hand them a Super Bowl in May they've announced today that they'd let the county back out of any stadium renovation deal if Miami isn't picked as a host.
The Miami Dolphins won their first legislative battle in a war to secure taxpayer money to cover half of the planned $400 million upgrades to Sun Life Stadium this morning as the bill passed its first Senate committee unanimously.
On Monday, Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross shucked his $400 million plan to renovate Sun Life Stadium, the venue the city's NFL franchise has called home for the past 26 years. During a press conference showing off a bunch of nice rendering of how the stadium will look with 3,600 new seats closer ... More >>
This morning came news that the Miami Dolphins were ready to finally officially ask for cool $400 million to renovate the aging Sun Life Stadium. During the official press conference the team unveiled photos of what the face lift would actually look like.Team owner Stephen Ross also made what some t ... More >>
The Miami Dolphins recently switched from Reebok to Nike uniforms, and the minimal changes unveiled earlier this week for the 2012 kits were mostly all in the details. Though, come 2013 the Dolphins uniform change may be a bit more drastic. The team is reportedly considering updating its logo. It's ... More >>
Well, you can't Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has never done anything nice for fans: he's taken the costly and unusual step of ordering the team to buy out the remaining stock of unsold tickets to ensure that Sundays game against the Houston Texans isn't blacked out on local television.
via Armando Salguero Twitter feedCOME ONHey Jets fans! There's a new place to pick up fan gear -- Sun Life Stadium. But hurry.Miami Herald columnist Armando Salguero tweeted a picture this morning of a shirt on sale in the Dolphins pro shop: "NEW YORK: Home of the Jets," in that self-satisfied hu ... More >>
Photo by Riki AltmanSweet eats in Sun Life's Suite 323.This is a continuation of yesterday's interview with Luis Garcia. You can read the first part here.Who are your diners?Mondays to Fridays we have a certain crowd for lunch. I can tell you who is coming in. I have three lunches: nurses and secret ... More >>
LIV's signature sky boxes are mimicked at its Sun Life Stadium outpost. Last month, Miami Dolphins CEO Mike Dee announced a partnership between Sun Life Stadium and Miami Marketing Group to bring the South Beach nightlife experience to Dolphins home games. Well, this diabolical concept has a name ... More >>
We might have overplayed the Dolphin's "major announcement" that CEO Mike Dee made today in Southwest Florida. The team will run youth football and cheerleading camps in the area, with the help of current and former players. Former Fins Twan Russell and Nat Moore will run the camps. Super-exciting ... More >>