Hard Rock Stadium, the home of both the Miami Dolphins and the University of Miami Hurricanes, has been declared safe after structural engineers found no damage related to Hurricane Irma.
The Hurricanes are scheduled to play the next game there Sept. 23 against Toledo.
After thorough inspection by engineers, it has been deemed that @hardrockstadium experienced no structural damage from Irma.— Tom Garfinkel (@TomGarfinkel) September 12, 2017
"After a thorough inspection by engineers, it has been deemed that Hard Rock Stadium experienced no structural damage from Irma," Dolphins president Tom Garfinkel tweeted Tuesday. "We are good to go with CanesFootball on the 23rd!"
The Dolphins' first game at the stadium will be Oct. 8.
Their season opener scheduled at home this past Sunday was postponed until November because of the storm.
Engineers inspected the stadium canopy that was part of a recent $500 million renovation and found no issues, despite fears of a tornado in the area spawned by Irma.
The Dolphins' practice complex has also been declared safe and will be available when the team returns from this week's stay in California for Sunday's game against the Los Angeles Chargers, Garfinkel said.