Miami Dolphins Front Office: Too Much Concern About Stadium and Not The Team

February 3, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I am getting a little worn out complaining about the Miami Dolphins front office, but they just keep giving me reasons to complain.
The latest infraction: Dolphins CEO Mike Dee focusing so much attention on a $200 million stadium upgrade.
This is a crucial time in an NFL offseason and all the "bigwigs" are concerned with is sending people all over to lobby for hotel bed tax dollars.
The whole state of Florida is struggling as it is to attract tourists due to high gas prices and the BP oil spill that washed up on Florida shores.
This is also after the Florida Marlins played a sympathy card to South Florida to secure millions of tax dollars.
Now, the Dolphins want to make it even more expensive to come visit South Florida hotels.
The Dolphins have followed the Marlins' footsteps and started playing a sympathy card. The team cannot pay for the $200 million upgrade because they just bought the team and the NFL does not allow a team to take on debt past a ...

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