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he National Football League may help Stephen Ross pay his share of a $400 million renovation of Sun Life Stadium.
Like other NFL owners seeking better stadiums, Ross would likely pursue league funds reserved for the projects, according to interviews with team insiders. The program could mean tens of millions of dollars in league money for the Dolphins as the team pushes for Florida and Miami-Dade to pay for just under half of the renovation.
The Dolphins have downplayed the NFL’s potential role as a significant player in the financing plan. Team executives say it’s too early to talk about potential NFL dollars, since lawmakers first must approve public funding for the effort.