Dolphins' Ross to pony up for stadium upgrade
Miami Dolphins owner Steve Ross has proposed paying upwards of $400 million in renovations to Sun Life Stadium in exchange for not having to pay $3.8 million in annual taxes and turning stadium management over to Miami-Dade County officials, team sources confirm to the Sun Sentinel. The offer was made to Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez and is the latest idea to put South Florida back in the running for Super Bowls, a Dolphins source said. The Miami Marlins and Miami Heat have a similar arrangement of being owned by Miami-Dade County and being exempt from taxes. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Sun Life needs renovations to host the Super Bowl again. Officials for college's ...