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After a failed attempt to secure public funds for stadium renovations, the Miami Dolphins' brass has focused their attention on bids for Super Bowl 50 and 51.
And they're sure thinking way out of the box.
According to Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post, the Dolphins want to place a U.S. navy aircraft carrier in downtown Miami -- aptly titled "Super Bowl Park" -- and play a football game on the deck.
The carrier would come retrofitted with a full 120-yard field.
"I imagine they'll be playing touch football on it, not tackle," Volin quipped.
NBCMiami.com reports the plan also includes "an interactive video exhibit and extensive transportation plan that includes a water shuttle and railroad that would drop people off near the park."
"We've submitted the best bid that we can in every aspect," Dolphins CEO Mike Dee said. "From a Dolphins perspective, we're doing every thing we can."
Everything but thinking ...
BEST OF MAXIM
Let me tell you I had to look up some statistics for this piece, and I can't stand looking up stats.
Paul just wrote a post asking your thoughts on what our record would be for the coming season. I didn't make a prediction. You are going to have to wait until I see the team in the preseason. I believe we will be pleasantly surprised when the season ends.
I will say...
On April 27th when the Miami Dolphins selected cornerback Will Davis of Utah State, some fans groaned slightly about the pick in the third round. While the Dolphins traded with the Green Bay Packers into the third round to get him, most fans had little or no idea who Will Davis was.
Davis came into the list of draf prospects ranked 124th by NFL.com and not high on most lists...
After the Miami Dolphins' push for publicly-funded stadium renovations died last week, speculation has run rampant that the franchise may now consider a move out of South Florida. Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has never explicitly said that moving the team was on the table, but relocation is often the leverage a team will use to convince a city to subsidize a new or upgraded stadium...
The Arizona Cardinals front office stated on Friday that ‘you can always come back home.’
The team announced a one-year deal with inside linebacker Karlos Dansby who spent his first six NFL seasons in Arizona red.
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Stephen Ross, the owner of the Miami Dolphins, is still trying to get convince the Florida state legislature to allow the organization to use tax payer money to pay for upgrades to Sun Life Stadium, but don’t just look at him as a stingy individual. The billionaire isn’t looking to pocket all his money and keep it only to himself. Via Miami Herald: Miami Dolphins owner Stephen...
Super Bowl L and the Miami Dolphins' long-term future remain hot topics a week after plans to refurbish Sun Life Stadium were dealt a severe blow by the Florida Legislature.
The Dolphins and the South Florida Super Bowl Bid Committee held a news conference Thursday to give details of their plans for hosting Super Bowl L in 2016 or LI in 2017. A presentation will be made to NFL...
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Linebacker Karlos Dansby is returning to the Arizona Cardinals after three seasons with the Miami Dolphins. He agreed Friday to a one-year contract.
Dansby (6-4, 250) began his career with the Cardinals as a second-round draft pick in 2004 out of Auburn and played six seasons for Arizona. He started 83 games over that period and recorded 623 tackles, 25.5 sacks,...
The Miami Dolphins want a Super Bowl. And if given one, they would apparently place a 120-yard field on top of the aircraft carrier...and play a game. Palm Beach Post's Ben Volin tweets:
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Ex-#Dolphins LB Karlos Dansby is visiting the #Cardinals right now, I'm told. (@mikejurecki first mentioned). Daryl Washington insurance?
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 8, 2013
Since being released by the Dolphins, Karlos Dansby has done anything but make a splash in free agency. The Bengals, Bills, and Cardinals have all shown some interest in the aging inside linebacker...
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