Miami Dolphins Tickets for Sale
The professional football team known as the Miami Dolphins are a member of the Eastern division of the American Football Conference. Playing home games at the Sun Life Stadium located at 347 Don Shula Drive in Miami Gardens, FL. The stadium has a seating capacity of 65,326. Miami Dolphins team fight song is Miami Dolphins #1 and their mascot is named T.D. (touch down). Interesting enough the team is owned by a number of people, General Manager is Dennis Hickey and head coach is Joe Philbin who has been the Dolphins head coach since the 2012 season. Nicknamed the Fins, this team along with the Atlanta Falcons are the oldest NFL franchise in the Deep South. Expectations from owner Stephen Ross have made it clear he expects results this season so the pressure is on head coach Philbin and the Fins as the season gets underway. If coach Philbin had plans to use former Boise State rookie RB Jay Ajayi, who analysts believed was the steal of the 2015 NFL Draft, football of operations Mike Tannenbaum says that unless Ajayi vastly improves in his pass protecting skills he will not be heading out to the field anytime soon. Jordan Cameron TE, who accomplished 80 catches for 917 yards and 7 TD before making the Pro Bowl in 2013 with the Browns, thinks that the Dolphins can count on him and his exceptional skills on the field. Dolphins CB Brent Grimes is also ready to help coach Philbin take the Dolphins all the way his skills at facing some of the most skilled WR’s over the last season and as long as he can defend against Calvin Johnson of the Detroit Lions he isn’t concerned about anyone else.
Sun Life Stadium
Sun Life Stadium has been known by a multitude of different names over the years from Joe Robbie Stadium, Pro Player Park and Pro Player Stadium, the Dolphin Stadium, Land Shark Stadium and then January 18, 2010, the Miami Dolphins signed a five-year deal with Sun Life Financial to rename the Dolphin Stadium to Sun Life Stadium. The deal is worth $7.5 million per year for five years with that totally $37.5 million. Home stadium to the Miami Dolphins of the National Football League, University of Miami Hurricanes (NCAA). The stadium also hosts the annual Orange Bowl (NCAA). The football stadium is located in Miami Gardens, Florida a suburb of Miami. Since its opening the stadium has hosted five Super Bowls, XXIII, XXIX, XXXIII, XLI, and XLIV, the 2010 Pro Bowl, two World Series games in 1997 and 2003, four BCS National Championship Games and the stadium also hosted the second round of the 2009 World Baseball Classic as well has played host to WrestleMania XXVIII. Seating capacity is astounding for this stadium. Football boasts a seating capacity of 75,540, the stadium contains 10,209 club seats and 216 suites. The venue has hosted many major concerts along with soccer, wrestling, monster truck shows, RV and boat shows and numerous trade shows and the stadium has even hosted religious events. It is the true definition of a multi-purpose stadium.