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Fish Out Of Water: Dolphins' Mike Dee Says Leaked Logo Not Team's New Mark
Published January 18, 2013
LET ME UPGRADE YA: Dee said the “pledge” the Dolphins made toward the renovations of Sun Life Stadium was that the team would "pay for at least half and that there will be no new or increase in local taxes for those Miami-Dade residents.” Dee said after the bad feelings between the city of Miami and Marlins Owner Jeffrey Loria over the building of Marlins Park, it is "low-hanging fruit for those who oppose us to just easily sit there and say, ‘Look at these guys. This is another Marlins deal.’” Dee: “I’m not going to Monday morning quarterback what the Marlins did or didn’t do. I wouldn’t want them doing that to us, but I will say we’re obviously cognizant of the environment. ... We’ve come forward with some ideas off the bat (which) differentiates us from some of the other situations that have taken place in recent history” (“The Joe Rose Morning Show,” 1/17).