NFL.com Mysteriously Deletes Report Claiming Witness Heard Dolphins Owner Stephen Ross Offer Brian Flores $100k Per Loss

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  • NFL.com reporter Cameron Wolfe reported earlier this week that he spoke to a witness who claims he heard Dolphins owner Stephen Ross offer Brian Flores $100k per loss
  • Wolfe’s report has since been mysteriously deleted from NFL.com without explanation.
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NFL.com is facing scrutiny after deleting a report about Dolphins owner Stephen Ross without explanation.

Earlier this week, NFL.com Miami Dolphins beat reporter Cameron Wolfe revealed that he had spoken to a witness who could confirm that he heard Ross had offered Brian Flores $100k per loss.

Via NFL.com web archive

NFL Network’s Cameron Wolfe reported Wednesday that he spoke with a witness who said he heard Dolphins owner Stephen Ross offer former head coach Brian Flores $100,000 for every loss during the 2019 season.

Wolfe also reported that Flores’ team says it has evidence including messages from general manager Chris Grier that corroborate the allegations against Ross.

The report, which was posted on NFL.com, has since been deleted without explanation.

Via Pro Football Talk

One of the most fascinating developments in a week full of them occurred when NFL Network, the media operation partially owned by Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, reported that an unnamed witness heard Ross offer former Dolphins coach Brian Flores $100,000 for each game he lost in 2019. The report, delivered on the air by Cameron Wolfe, became an article posted at NFL.com.

Now, the article is gone. The link is dead. The stack of news stories at NFL.com no longer includes it.

It is worth noting that Wolfe has not deleted his report from his Twitter page.

The NFL has said that they will investigate Flores’ allegations after initially calling them “without merit.”

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