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To the owners of the Miami Dolphins, tickets are tickets. Anyone who wants to attend a game pays up for seat and that's the whole idea of running a business. Miami Dolphins receiver Brian Hartline understands that, but over the past few years, he's seeing more and more fans from a certain part of the country attending their home games. “In the past there have been some New York teams that at times have had some pretty good representation at our stadium, especially in the lower seating,” Hartline said, via Andrew Abramson of the Palm Beach Post.  “We definitely want to get that fixed.  We want to get more of our Dolphins fans, hear more of the roars on our plays that are successful.”
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