1. The dolphins had a group of "a couple of hundred" season ticket holders who missed a payment deadline. So they turned them over to a collection agency. Only they tried to sell it as a relationship company. Right. I'm not saying fans shouldn't pay or own up to their obligations. It's just that it makes for a PR nightmare.
And 2. This mini spygate thing where fans took a video of practice and posted it online. The team is taking a stance that it's about maintaining a competitive advantage. At a practice that's open to the public. So they're stepping up enforcement. It's a stupid rule and makes no sense. Other than the fact the fins make no money on the deal.