More Info on Dolphins and Palm Beach County

A story broke the other day of the Miami Dolphins being open to building a new stadium and moving out of Miami-Dade County to Palm Beach County. Well we have a little more to this story thanks to Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post.

According to Volin a high ranking team source said earlier this year the Dolphins would investigate sites in Palm Beach for any possible new stadium. From the article...

Earlier this year, a high-ranking team source told the Palm Beach Post that the Dolphins likely wouldn’t consider trying to build a stadium in Broward County because elected officials there have shown little interest in providing public funds for the team.
But the source said that the team would investigate sites in Palm Beach County, most likely in the western portion of Delray Beach or Boynton Beach.

So with the "source" saying that earlier this year it would be safe to assume the Fins have done some digging and work on if Palm Beach County is a viable option for them. The fact this story hasn't been 100% shot down yet by Stephen Ross, Mike Dee, or anyone else inside the Dolphins organization would make you believe that this is a viable option at this point. While this is still in the very early stages it looks like the "Plan B" to the Dolphins being rejected for stadium renovations a week ago Friday is starting to come to light. As always stay tuned...