At least once a year, when the Jets come to town, there's usually an influx of opposing attendees that infiltrate Sun Life Stadium.
Brian Hartline is hoping to put an end to that.
Taking part in a teleconference with fans Tuesday, the Dolphins receiver said the team is sick of seeing New York fans in its house.
“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 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.”
Hartline added that there's been a "noticeable" improvement with Miami faithful, but is continuing his campaigning for a better result. The 26-year-old is projected to be an integral part of what he believes is a "championship caliber" offense. He's gone to bat for quarterback Ryan Tannehill several times in recent weeks, and continue...