The campaign to see no-hope NFL franchises tank the season to better position themselves to draft Stanford's Andrew Luck is not just for fans anymore. The owners of teams that still have more than half of their seasons to finish are getting in on the act, too. Last week, owner Jim Irsay dropped a not-so-subtle hint by indicating the Colts would be willing to draft Luck if given the chance. And now, a "highly placed club source" has told columnist Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald that Dolphins owner Stephen Ross privately understands the benefits of sucking to get Luck:
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