Yes Hagan would be likely the most affected. But then again, when I think of Hagan I don't think of good things, Mr. Stonehands himself. A little added incentive would do him a world of good.
I think alot of people are forgetting in this "rebuilding' process is that the franchise still wants to win. Bringing in Glenn is a direct reflection of what they think of Hagan. Yes they want to develop players. But they also want to win. If Hagan raises his game and become more consistent, he'll earn the right to be the legit #3, which we would all love to see. Glenn is just competition. Which is always good.
It takes discipline to not formulate opinions about something WITHOUT KNOWING ALL THE FACTS.
I'm thinking a guy who can't do better than 5th or 6th WR on a team coming off a 1-15 season isn't exactly a stud in the making.
I imagine the Dolphins are going to have about 20-25 real NFL caliber players on the roster this season, guys who will still be on the roster in 3 years when the Dolphins are ready to be real contenders again, and the rest of the guys are going to to be placeholder bodies and roster filler until to get through the season until more talent can be brought in.
I`m surprised some people on here don`t want Glenn. He had back to back 1,000 yd seasons in `05 and `06 and he rehabed enough to play in the final regular season game last year, plus he played in the playoff loss. I read somewhere recently where Terence Newman said Glenn was Dallas` best WR and the hardest to cover. I really hope he can go in `08 `cause he`s WAAAYYYYY better than any wideout on our roster right now.
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