Dee, who’s still smarting from the team’s failure to get state dollars to renovate Sun Life Stadium, was asked directly about Palm Beach County — and said the team would consider moving north.
“We’re open-minded to all long-term solutions,” Dee responded, according to The Miami Herald. “You can’t close the door on anything. I wouldn’t say it’s a priority to evaluate that and march down that road at this time, by any means, but the simple fact is we have to address a long-term issue with the venue. All ideas – good, bad, indifferent – should be considered.”
The Dolphins have been based in Miami-Dade County since the franchise’s birth in 1966.
Owner Stephen Ross lives in a $32 million-house in Palm Beach and promised to keep the team in the area.
“What we said the other day was that the future of this venue (Sun Life) is certainly uncertain,” Dee said. “At this point, there’s no Plan B that includes another venue. But down the road, who knows?”