Engineers will inspect Miami Dolphins' stadium

Hard Rock Stadium has no major issues related to Hurricane Irma

Starting left guard Ted Larsen tore his biceps during training camp and can come off injured reserve before the Dolphins Week 9 game against the Oakland Raiders.

The Dolphins were supposed to open the season at home against Tampa Bay on Sunday, but that game was rescheduled to the mutual bye week.

The Miami Dolphins will play in London on October 1 whether they like it or not.

Hard Rock Stadium was not damaged structurally by Hurricane Irma and can now be used by its tenants, the Miami Dolphins and the University of Miami.

Garfinkel also tweeted that Hard Rock Stadium "lost landscaping and a section of roof panels in 1 corner.Engineers believe a tornado touched down".

The second reason is that the Dolphins will have to spend 10 days away from home when considering preparations for its Week 2 matchup with the Chargers in Los Angeles. "Aesthetic in nature and easy to fix".

Dolphins owner Steve Ross flew many players, staff, coaches and their families to Southern California on Friday night to escape Hurricane Irma. "It will be played in London". There was a fallback plan to practice in West Virginia next week if necessary. Created to protect fans from the sun, the canopy was part of a $500 million renovation of the stadium. The Chargers are playing their first home game in the tiny StubHub Center.

The team is now practicing in Oxnard, Calif., in advance of their game against the Chargers.

If the training facility is damaged, the Dolphins would practice in West Virginia in preparation for their September 24 game at the New York Jets.

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