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A source who is described as having direct knowledge of the situation told the Miami Herald that younger players on the Dolphins team are under pressure to pay for veterans' social outings, likening them to personal ATMs.
The source said younger players some of whom make around $400,000 a year were handed the tab for a $30,000 team dinner. One unnamed defensive player is on his way to becoming broke for not being able to say no to the older players’ demands, the source added.
“Everything tastes better when rookies pay for it,” veteran Miami defensive lineman Jared Odrick tweeted Friday.