Steve Ross didn't become a billionaire sitting on his hands. This week alone the Miami Dolphins' owner has a couple of deals pending. The Dolphins will become the first NFL team to put Wi-Fi throughout the entire stadium, and offer broadcasts of the games on cellphones. The team is launching the new logo and jerseys in exactly a month. Later this month Ross' sports enterprise will announce another major event he's holding at Sun Life Stadium. His camp is lobbying the Florida legislature and Miami voters for support of public funds for stadium renovations, which he hopes will attract Super Bowl L to South Florida. And by the way, the Dolphins just so happen to be the most aggressive and active NFL team during free agency, remodeling the team's roster. And Ross warns "we're not done." The Dolphins have already spent $185 million in total value of the deals luring five players, and re-signing five members of last year's team. Ross has guaranteed nine players $83.2 million on their new deals. And what scares the rest of the NFL is that Miami still has another $19-20 million to spend on free agents, and the team's 10 draft picks. "You can't help but like what they've done," said one AFC coach, who spoke on the condition of anonymity. "Mike Wallace and Dustin Keller are both scary players." But Ross and General Manager Jeff Ireland, the architect behind Miami's makeover, will be the first to admit teams don't win championship based on the moves made in March. "The only place it really matters is on the football field. We can all talk about it, but you've got to win," Ross said. "But you don't do it unless you've got the right ingredients. We're certainly going down that direction."