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Miami Dolphins Fans Visiting Northeast Ohio this Weekend can Enjoy Discounted Admission

Miami Dolphins Fans Visiting Northeast Ohio this Weekend can Enjoy Discounted Admission

11/19/2019
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The Pro Football Hall of Fame is offering Miami Dolphins fans, traveling for the team’s road game in Cleveland this weekend, $5 off admission to the Museum. Fans will also receive a coupon for 20% off in the Hall of Fame Store. The promotion runs Friday, Nov. 22 through Monday, Nov. 25.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame is conveniently located under an hour’s drive from downtown Cleveland. Fans must wear Dolphins gear to the Hall of Fame and ask for the discount at the Ticket Office. Team gear includes jerseys, t-shirts, hats and other visible apparel.

Guests visiting the Hall will enjoy seeing all 326 Bronzed Busts, including the new Class of 2019. They can also experience the Super Bowl Theater and view the Lombardi Trophy for Super Bowl LIV that is on display in the Lamar Hunt Super Bowl Gallery.

DOLPHINS ARTIFACTS ON EXHIBIT

The Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Collection contains countless artifacts from the Dolphins’ storied history. Several of those priceless artifacts are currently on display in the museum including:

  • Super Bowl VII and VIII rings awarded to the Miami Dolphins players and coaches.  
  • LARRY CSONKA’s Dolphins jersey worn during the team’s perfect 1972 season.
  • Low top cleats worn by LARRY CSONKA in Super Bowl VII.
  • DON SHULA’s shirt worn on Nov. 14, 1993 when he won his record breaking 325th victory as a head coach.
  • Football used by the Dolphins from their Oct. 28, 2007 game against the New York Giants at Wembley Stadium in London, England. The game was played to help globalize the NFL and was the first regular season NFL game played outside of North America.
  • Football from the Miami Dolphins NFL record-breaking game on Dec. 16, 1972 for most yards rushing in a season. The football was carried by Earl Morrall who was originally credited for breaking the record. However, a statistical correction by the NFL a week later credited Mercury Morris with breaking the record. Originally on Oct. 22, 1972 Morris was given a negative nine-yard rush against the Buffalo Bills. However, at the end of the season the play was ruled a fumble by Morrall and an additional nine yards was credited to Morris, who with the nine yards, earned 1,000 yards for the season. Morris had an eight-yard gain on Dec. 16, 1972 against the Baltimore Colts three plays before Morrall got the five yards that originally credited him with the record.

DOLPHINS IN THE HALL OF FAME

The Miami Dolphins have 10 longtime members enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame:

  • NICK BUONICONTI – Linebacker – Class of 2001
  • LARRY CSONKA – Fullback – Class of 1987
  • BOB GRIESE – Quarterback – Class of 1990
  • JIM LANGER – Center – Class of 1987
  • LARRY LITTLE – Guard – Class of 1993
  • DAN MARINO – Quarterback – Class of 2005
  • DON SHULA – Coach – Class of 1997
  • DWIGHT STEPHENSON – Center – Class of 1998
  • JASON TAYLOR – Defensive End – Class of 2017
  • PAUL WARFIELD – Wide Receiver – Class of 1983

Additionally, the Dolphins have four other Hall of Famers, BOBBY BEATHARD (Class of 2018), CRIS CARTER (Class of 2013), JUNIOR SEAU (Class of 2015), and THURMAN THOMAS (Class of 2007), who spent a minor portion of their professional football careers in Miami.

UNIQUE TO THE HALL OF FAME STORE

The Hall of Fame Store features numerous exclusive Miami Dolphins items.

Exclusive merchandise includes:

  • Dolphins Hall of Famers Name & Number T-shirts (pictured)
  • Dolphins Legends T-shirt (pictured)
  • Dolphins Hall of Fame hat (pictured)
  • Dolphins Hall of Fame enshrinee banner
  • Hall of Fame Collectibles signed by Dolphins Pro Football Hall of Famers
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