“Over the years I have fielded a number of inquiries from individuals interested in investing in the team. Most recently, we have had conversations dating back to April, with several similarly interested parties.
“My viewpoint, however, has always been the same. I am not actively looking to sell the Miami Dolphins, but I know there will always be individuals who are interested in becoming involved in some capacity in the team’s ownership.”
There is no secret that Wayne is very unhappy with the way this season has unfolded. During the bye week, he ordered an internal investigation into everything from team operations to coaching, from draft picks and scouting. He did not restrict the focus of those efforts on the current team, but instead the last 10 years. As rumors swirl over the future of the head coach, Cam Cameron, statements were issued through his son saying that Wayne was supporting the rookie HC. Two days later, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, reports the team up for sale. A whirlwind week indeed.
“Like every other fan, I am disappointed in the way the season has unfolded,” Huizenga said. “But I am confident we will turn things around.”