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    News2 Dolphins Have Not Had Major Talks With Four Impending FAs/Reggie Bush likely gone!!

    Dolphins | Have not had major talks with four impending FAs Sun, 11 Nov 2012 11:32:20 -0800
    The Miami Dolphins have not had any serious contract extension talks with WR Brian Hartline, OT Jake Long, DL Randy Starks and CB Sean Smith even though they are in the final year of their contracts. The team plans to work on contract extensions after the season.
    Dolphins | Reggie Bush not expected to return
    Sun, 11 Nov 2012 10:32:14 -0800
    The Miami Dolphins have not had made any progress with RB Reggie Bush in contract extension talks and are not expected to bring him back next season because they have RBs Lamar Miller and Daniel Thomas. Bush is expected to receive interest in the free-agent market this offseason.





    SOURCE: http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/blog/ja...ted-in-cowboys

    I think reggie bush is done with miami. We need a power back who can pound the ball who can take hits and control the ground game for us. Let Jake long walk. He wants too much money. Why pay him big money when we can fill lots of holes with that money? Let him go...Sean smith sign him back for a backup role. He is not a starting cb in this league we need better. Randy Starks and Hartline should get signed back. They proved to me and all the fans they are good enough to stay a dolphin.Also not listed is Fasano. We need to let him go too. He just isnt the TE we need on this team. His play gets worse as the season goes by.
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    lol typical miami, lettin go of a talent like bush is just insane.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarshallFin1 View Post
    lol typical miami, lettin go of a talent like bush is just insane.
    Other than one or two games, Reggie Bush really hasn't lived up to his talent and contract this season. We can do better.
    I just try to be myself, whatever that is. I don't think about how I'll be remembered. I just want to be consistent over a long period of time. That's what the great players do.
    -Dan Marino
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarshallFin1 View Post
    lol typical miami, lettin go of a talent like bush is just insane.
    Yeah, the sidelines will definitely miss him. He's chock full of talent when he's actually on the field...until he stubs his toe. Then it's game over. We need a back that can consistently produce.

    I liked the pick up, but this year he's gotten on my nerves. When he's on his game, he's a serious threat. Unfortunately, defenses know what they need to do to knock him off his game, which is extremely easy to do. I'm tired of seeing him on the sideline nursing some minor injury and I'm tired of the fumbles. I'm tired of how easily he's taken completely out of the game either by minor injury or stopping him a couple of times early in the game.

    The fact that he's our biggest playmaker on offense is just an example of the sad state of this offense. We need consistency, and he's far from that. He also plays a position that any GM worth his salt can replace easily.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Gonzo View Post
    Yeah, the sidelines will definitely miss him. He's chock full of talent when he's actually on the field...until he stubs his toe. Then it's game over. We need a back that can consistently produce.

    I liked the pick up, but this year he's gotten on my nerves. When he's on his game, he's a serious threat. Unfortunately, defenses know what they need to do to knock him off his game, which is extremely easy to do. I'm tired of seeing him on the sideline nursing some minor injury and I'm tired of the fumbles. I'm tired of how easily he's taken completely out of the game either by minor injury or stopping him a couple of times early in the game.

    The fact that he's our biggest playmaker on offense is just an example of the sad state of this offense. We need consistency, and he's far from that. He also plays a position that any GM worth his salt can replace easily.
    Win. But, dont tell this to all of the people with Bush jerseys who get all their football from highlight shows and youtube.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WVDolphan View Post
    Win. But, dont tell this to all of the people with Bush jerseys who get all their football from highlight shows and youtube.
    When he's on his game, he's a hell of a lot of fun to watch. Unfortunately, that also masks his glaring deficiencies and he's only on his game until he takes his first solid hit of the game. Then it's on to next week for him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gonzo View Post
    Yeah, the sidelines will definitely miss him. He's chock full of talent when he's actually on the field...until he stubs his toe. Then it's game over. We need a back that can consistently produce.

    I liked the pick up, but this year he's gotten on my nerves. When he's on his game, he's a serious threat. Unfortunately, defenses know what they need to do to knock him off his game, which is extremely easy to do. I'm tired of seeing him on the sideline nursing some minor injury and I'm tired of the fumbles. I'm tired of how easily he's taken completely out of the game either by minor injury or stopping him a couple of times early in the game.

    The fact that he's our biggest playmaker on offense is just an example of the sad state of this offense. We need consistency, and he's far from that. He also plays a position that any GM worth his salt can replace easily.
    yep. Never should pay a rb top dollar or draft one in the first round unless your getting Adrian Peterson type talent.
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    What have we won with any of these guys?

    My point exactly.

    Let them all walk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by number1fin View Post
    What have we won with any of these guys?

    My point exactly.

    Let them all walk.
    so blame reggie for everything?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarshallFin1 View Post
    so blame reggie for everything?
    Says you!

    If you like dancing that's cool, I prefer my RB's to hit the hole hard and to head north asap......not east and west.

    Reggie is good for a homerun every now and then, but he is also good for a few negative yardage plays that leave you scratching your head.

    Lamar Miller will replace him.
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