They allowed a touchdown on their first defensive series for the fifth time in seven games.One of the many questions lingering after NFL team owners voted to allow the Oakland Raiders to move to Las Vegas was who was the lone owner against it?Agnant wasn’t just fooling women and fellow athletes online, however.He even finessed a car dealership into thinking he played for the Miami Dolphins.The defense -- worst in team history -- was over-matched from the start.Matt Moore, Miami Dolphins quarterback, expresses the importance of his teammates learning a lesson from their loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the NFL Will-Card Playoffs at Heinz Field, January 8, 2017.His name is Stephen Ross and he owns the Miami Dolphins.Ross, 76, has a net worth of .4 billion as the chairman of Related Companies, according to .
In fact, every photo of him on the field and in uniform is highly filtered or purposely does not show the number. Trail referred to him as a “colleague” in a subsequent Facebook post and apparently had no idea he was being catfished too.
"Dolphins are one of my favourite animals and Ironman is my favourite superhero, so it's great to mimic them.
"Anyone can give it a go - it only takes around 15 minutes’ worth of training to get a first-timer airborne.
Ricardo “Maserati Ric” Agnant somehow finessed his way into the NFL Regional combine at the Dolphins training, despite having never played football in college.
In fact, there was no record that he had even attended college.
Pippa Garrard, the trust’s community engagement officer, said: "It’s vital to connect local children with their marine environment, while raising awareness of the opportunities available for those with an interest in marine conservation.