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DOLPHIN FANS UNHAPPY IN ORLANDO
Published January 10, 1995
In an "unsettling" decision for Dolphins fans in Central FL, the NFL ruled that it will force Orlando's NBC affiliate WESH-2 to carry all of the Jaguars road games as well as all sold-out home games. According to local TV ratings, the Dolphins are the most popular team in the Orlando area. WESH GM Jeff Lee: "The NFL spent 30 years telling us we we're Dolphins fans and now it wants us to forget them" (MIAMI HERALD, 1/9).