Earlier this week, the Dolphins declined to comment on whether the franchise has interest in quarterback Tim Tebow.
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald made the team’s position clear during a Friday appearance on PFT Live. They don’t want him.
Salguero explains that the Dolphins won’t go on the record to declare a lack of interest because of the precedent such a practice would set.
Meanwhile on Friday, the Florida Legislature set a new precedent regarding the use of public money to subsidize sports venues. Does the failure of the bill that would have allowed a public vote on upgrades to Sun Life Stadium mean owner Stephen Ross will sell the team?
Salguero has the answers, in the part of the segment after he hung up on me and then called back.This video is no longer available. Click here to watch more NBC Sports videos!