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Dolphins sell naming rights to Hard Rock International

Welcome to The Rock!

After an offseason in which Stephen Ross spent $500-million on stadium renovations, the Miami Dolphins have officially sold the naming rights to their luxurious stadiun. Get ready Phin fans, Hard Rock Stadium will be the official home of both the Dolphins and Hurricanes for the foreseeable future.

The team confirmed that Hard Rock International has bought the naming rights to the Dolphins’ newly-rebuilt stadium. Though the duration of the deal is uncertain, it is believed to be a multi-year deal, with an official announcement coming Wednesday.

Hard Rock is the sixth name in the stadiums’ 29-year-old history. Previous names include; Joe Robbie Stadium, Pro Player Park, Dolphins’ stadium, Land Shark Stadium, and Sun Life Stadium.

The Dolphins hope that with a new head coach, a new name, and a newly-rebuilt stadium, Miami can return to their winning ways of the past. Fans and coaches alike hope that “The Rock” will be home to many winning seasons, sooner rather than later.