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NFL STATES IT HAS NO DISPUTE WITH DOLPHINS OVER SIGNAGE
Published September 19, 1997
NFL VP/Communications Greg Aiello told THE DAILY yesterday that, contrary to reports, there is no dispute between the league and the Dolphins over rotating signage at Pro Player Stadium. Aiello said a large rotating sign at Pro Player is "not a problem" because it is high enough and above the goal posts. In addition, no letters have been sent from the league office to the Dolphins or team Owner Wayne Huizenga regarding the signage (THE DAILY).