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Dolphins May Face Blackouts For Remaining Home Games If Ticket Sales Do Not Improve
Published September 20, 2011
BLACKOUT WATCH: The Bengals announced Sunday's game against the 49ers at Paul Brown Stadium will not be televised locally. The team's ticket office confirmed that too many tickets remain available for the game to sell out (Bengals). The game was "supposed to be televised by Fox," and it marks the fifth straight "regular season home game that will be blacked out after a string of 57 straight sellouts in the regular season and postseason" (CINCINNATI.com, 9/17).