Anyways, as for the topic on hand: Sell baby sell! Sell this franchise to an owner who wont repeatedly betray his coaches. Sell to an owner who doesnt create all sorts of laughable events. Sell to an owner who doesnt bad mouth a former employee years later. Sell to an owner who will handle a political defeat like a man.
Getting an owner willing to stay out of team affairs is now the norm. Even in the past, there was what, 4 teams with owners like that? Cowboys, Raiders, Redskins, Bengals? Now the Redskins figured it out, Bengals became competent, Al Davis passed away, leaving only Jerry Jones. Its not difficult to get an owner who will pay the bills and step back. Owners want to emulate teams like the Steelers, Patriots, and Giants. Its highly, highly likely we will get someone who can high a decent front office and move along. Especially since we have the team building blocks of all franchises locked down: quarterback and pass rush.
Its as good as a fact that any new owner will be staying in Miami. The owners wont let someone come in and move them. 0 chance they will think moving out of a world famous city, the 8th best market, is a good thing. Especially when the Rams and Chargers are out of their lease at the end of the year, are bringing in less revenue, and are already on the west side of the country(thus keeping intact all the very valuable division rivalries). So yes, fact: Dolphins are staying in Miami no matter what.
This has the potential of being a vastly superior Suck for Luck event.