The Raiders are heading to Las Vegas and all but one owner voted yes. That happened to be Dolphins owner Stephen Ross. Ross has been against relocation since taking over the Dolphins in 2009. His vote yesterday was for the fans, not money. To back up his stance, just look back to when Ross used $500M+ in private funds to renovate and keep the Dolphins in South Florida. I think Ross earned a ton of fan respect yesterday as the NFL proves they're only about the money.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
Dolphins’ Stephen Ross: Raiders didn’t try enough to stay in Oakland | The Daily Dolphin
PHOENIX—Dolphins owner Stephen Ross doesn’t necessarily object to the Raiders wanting to move to Las Vegas, but didn’t see sufficient effort by their organization to make it work in Oakland. Ross was the only owner in the league to vote against the relocation.
Stephen Ross deserves credit, not criticism, for Raiders vote - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
Stephen Ross has generally been against relocation since taking over the Dolphins as majority owner in 2009.
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Miami Dolphins ‘open’ to adding another guard | The Daily Dolphin
PHOENIX — The Miami Dolphins have added guard Ted Larsen in free agency and re-signed starter Jermon Bushrod. But Dolphins executive vice president Mike Tannenbaum made clear Monday the team may not be done. "Who knows where we’re going to be in a month," Tannenbaum said.
Miami Dolphins' defense still worrisome | Miami Herald
Even after three offseason additions, the Dolphins’ defense remains worrisome.
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2017 NFL free agents: Best defensive tackles left for Miami Dolphins | The Daily Dolphin
If the Dolphins aren't ready to install Jordan Phillips as their new starting defensive tackle--maybe they are--they still have options available in free agency.
Miami Dolphins dodging questions about Dion Jordan says everything you need to know about DE’s fate | Miami Herald
Miami Dolphins vice president Mike Tannenbaum answered questions about defensive end Dion Jordan and although he was trying to be vague, that approach explained how must the team wants to distance itself from the player.
NFL general opinion: Miami Dolphins won using “smoke and mirrors” in 2016 | Miami Herald
A survey of several NFL personnel people, general managers and coaches shows that the respect they have for the 2016 Miami Dolphins was mostly reserved for the coaching staff.
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