Fans will be allowed to attend the Dolphins home opener against the Bills on September 20th. This comes as a surprise as many stadiums will not allow fans to attend their games. The catch is only 13,000 fans will be allowed in and must follow safety guidelines while in attendance.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
BREAKING: Miami Dolphins to allow 13,000 fans to home opener vs. Bills at Hard Rock Stadium - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FL
The plan sets capacity at 20 percent of the stadium’s actual limit.
Dolphins Wide Receivers
Miami Dolphins training camp: When Preston Williams felt normal again and why he thinks he’ll be better - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FL
Will DeVante Parker and Preston Williams be one of the top duos in NFL?
Dolphins Offensive Line
Miami Dolphins Upgrade Offensive Line in 2020 NFL Draft Austin Jackson Robert Hunt Solomon Kindley
Austin Jackson, Robert Hunt and Solomon Kindley discuss their first week of NFL camp
Phinsider News You May Have Missed
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Miami Dolphins waive 5th-round pick Curtis Weaver - The Phinsider
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