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Thread: Does Huizenga reconsider stadium renovation ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desides
    Where'd you hear all this from? Culpepper's contract is not worth $100 million, and the bubble was never meant to be used on a constant basis: it was meant to be used in cases of bad weather and when the team wanted to simulate particular factors like crowd noise.
    Still $ 10 million + for a facility that is not used a lot is a bit extravagant
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beachbum
    but yet we don't hear from him at all.
    Being from washington and having to listen to the Redskins Owner all the time I can tell you that this is not a bad thing...


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    Wow! This is the dumbest post ever. The stadium renovations are completely unrelated to the success of the team. It is about increasing the value of the franchise, attracting Super Bowls, and keeping the stadium a state of the art facility. Do you really think Wayne is going to get so outraged by the team's performance that he is going to call off $250 million worth of already started construction??

    And believe me, Wayne is not losing any money owning this team. The amount of money this team(or any NFL team) brings in from the TV deal, licensing rights, etc., they could lose every game and play in front of an empty stadium and still make money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beachbum
    Still $ 10 million + for a facility that is not used a lot is a bit extravagant
    To you and me, yeah. To a professional sports team? An acceptable cost. The Dolphins aren't the only team with a bubble anyway.
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