Miami Dolphins ownership at a glance

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Majority owner: Stephen M. Ross, 74

Minority owners: Gloria Estefan, 57; Emilio Estefan, 61; Marc Anthony, 46; Venus Williams, 34; Serena Williams, 33; Fergie, 39.

Source of wealth: Owner and chairman of The Related Companies, which owns major pieces of real estate around the world.

Net worth: $6.5 billion (Forbes)

Residence: New York and Palm Beach, Florida

Marital status: Married

Family: Wife, Kara; daughters, Jennifer and Kimberly; stepchildren, Avery and Drew

Education: University of Michigan, Wayne State, New York University

When purchased team and for how much: Became majority owner in Jan. 20, 2009, for $1.2 billion.

Franchise valuation: $1.3 billion (Forbes)

2014 revenue/rank: $281 million/16th (Forbes)

Owns stadium (how much invested): Yes (stadium cost approximately $176 million; Ross also is putting about $400 million into renovations over the next two seasons in hopes of getting future Super Bowls)

Ownership philosophy: Hands off. Ross delegates football duties to others.

Defining moment in ownership tenure: Hiring his first head coach, Joe Philbin, in 2012.

Regular/postseason wins-losses during tenure: 43-53/0-0

General managers during tenure: Jeff Ireland (2009-2013), Dennis Hickey (2014-present)

Coaches during tenure: Tony Sparano (2009-2011), Joe Philbin (2012-present)

Playoff appearances: None

Super Bowl appearances/championships: None

NFL committees: Finance