Dolphins owner asks to move London game home, National Football League says no

Report: Miami asks NFL to move Saints-Dolphins game from London; league responds

Hard Rock Stadium has no major issues related to Hurricane Irma.

Hard Rock Stadium was not damaged structurally by Hurricane Irma and can now be used by its tenants, the Miami Dolphins and the University of Miami. Video released by the team during the storm showed many fallen trees on the exterior part of the venue. This brings up the question of what players and games have been impacted by the storm.

Fantasy owners that did not evacuate areas in Irma's path were also affected by power outages, which took away their potential viewing of all other remaining National Football League games.

Rather than hop across the pond, Ross was hoping to have the game at Hard Rock Stadium. The ACC also rescheduled the Hurricanes' game at Florida State, originally this weekend, to October 7. The NFL rescheduled the Dolphins' planned home game last Sunday to November due to Irma. "It will be played in London". The Chargers are playing their first home game in the tiny StubHub Center.

The Dolphins will have a team meeting Tuesday and will practice beginning Wednesday at the Dallas Cowboys' complex in Oxnard. The second reason is that the Dolphins will have to spend 10 days away from home when considering preparations for its Week 2 matchup with the Chargers in Los Angeles. The team's complex in Davie, Florida appears to be fine in the wake of the storm, the person said. There was a fallback plan to practice in West Virginia next week if necessary.

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