The 2017 Miami Dolphins are ready to take over the AFC East and dethrone the New England Patriots. Head coach Adam Gase made it clear at the NFL Draft that the Dolphins will be a better defensive team. The Dolphins first three picks went to defensive players including OLB Charles Harris, ILB Raikwon McMillan and CB Cordrea Tankersley. The Dolphins already have a strong defensive presence with stars like Cameron Wake, Ndamukong Suh and Kiko Alonso. To add to this group, the Dolphins also signed MLB Lawrence Timmons in free agency.
Offensively, the Dolphins are led by their quarterback, Ryan Tannehill. Tannehill expects to be fully healthy in 2017 after spending the offseason recovering from an ACL and MCL injury. Running back Jay Ajai had a breakout season for the Dolphins. In a trade, the Dolphins got TE Julius Thomas from the Jacksonville Jaguars. At wide receiver, the Dolphins will suit up Jarvis Landry, Kenny Stills and DeVante Parker.
The 2017 home opponents for the Miami Dolphins include an in-state rival game versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New Orleans Saints, Tennessee Titans, New York Jets, Oakland Raiders, Denver Broncos, New England Patriots on Monday Night Football and the Buffalo Bills on New Year’s Eve.
Suites and Special Events: Rent a Dolphins suite on a game-by-game basis. A Miami Dolphins luxury suite includes VIP parking, premium in-suite catering options, a climate-controlled environment, HDTVs, a dedicated Dolphins suite attendant. Guests will also receive private entry into Hard Rock Stadium. Hard Rock Stadium luxury boxes will provide you with the perfect setting whether that’s for business entertainment or going to a Dolphins game with friends and family. Suite rentals are available for non-NFL events at Hard Rock Stadium as well. In 2017, Hard Rock Stadium will feature U2, Metallica, the International Champions Cup (Juventus FC vs. Paris Saint-Germain FC), El Clasico (Real Madrid vs. FC Barcelona) and Coldplay.