(MIAMI GARDENS, FLA) — For the first time in team history the Dolphins have sold out their 2022 season ticket memberships and have begun a waiting list for 2023.
For fans looking to attend a specific game, individual game tickets remain available, but those could go fast and sell out as well.
— Bobby Shouse (@B_Shousejr) August 8, 2022
Why are Dolfans so optimistic this year? Partly due to the offseason additions of players like Tyreek Hill and Terron Armstead and also the arrival of highly regarded offensive mind Mike McDaniel as head coach.
Fans are also hopeful that the additions and an improved offensive line will contribute to the success of quarterback Tua Tagovailoa in his third NFL season.
On paper, there’s little question this is the most talented Dolphins roster in several years, and when you consider the team finished 10-6 and 9-8 the past two seasons, well, the possibilities indeed are intriguing.
Meanwhile, NFL Preseason Week One kicks off tonight on the heels of last week’s Hall of Fame Game in Canton. The Giants will visit the Patriots tonight while the Ravens host the Titans.
The Buccaneers and Dolphins will hold another joint practice today in Tampa. The teams will then meet in their preseason opener on Saturday at Raymond James Stadium.