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    Player Any chance of getting Greg Jennings in FA?

    This would be a HUGE FA acquision if we could acquire it. Jennings, Hartline, and Bess would be a very deadly receiver core (we could even draft that receiver Ryan Swope from Texas A & M since he played with Tannehill for years).

    Have you guys heard anything?
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    he is going to be very expensive. We are better off finding out WRs in the draft, that way we can resign our players. Long- starks- smith - hartline i think shoud all be resigned if we want to keep progressing. If we let jake long go all your doing is creating another big hole on this team. He is struggling but he is still solid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarshallFin1 View Post
    he is going to be very expensive. We are better off finding out WRs in the draft, that way we can resign our players. Long- starks- smith - hartline i think shoud all be resigned if we want to keep progressing. If we let jake long go all your doing is creating another big hole on this team. He is struggling but he is still solid.
    We're not re-signing Hartline. Signing Jennings would be basically upgrading over Hartline with Jennings. And we're still drafting us another WR early and another late or two to fill out the other spots.
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    I heard it's on tannehill's wish list

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarshallFin1 View Post
    he is going to be very expensive. We are better off finding out WRs in the draft, that way we can resign our players. Long- starks- smith - hartline i think shoud all be resigned if we want to keep progressing. If we let jake long go all your doing is creating another big hole on this team. He is struggling but he is still solid.
    Not if we're looking for a number 1 WR to start next year. Our offense is mediocre at best and we need to upgrade it badly and since when are we good at drafting skill positions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWarriorFins View Post
    I heard it's on tannehill's wish list

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    Not if we're looking for a number 1 WR to start next year. Our offense is mediocre at best and we need to upgrade it badly and since when are we good at drafting skill positions?
    your competeting with 20 other franchises for there services, its a bidding war for any of them, build threw the draft and i actually think ireland has been solid since philbin arrived with drafting. Philbin advice has helped out alot.
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    Philbin has been here for one draft, and the majority of them haven't done anything. They all look like they will be long term projects. We need an offensive weapon that can start NOW. Justin Blackmon (drafted 4th overall), for example, has taken the majority of the season to even do anything of relevance- and he was very esteemed going into last years draft.

    Drafting a receiver and hoping they can contribute from Day one is risky. FA may be the best way to get a fast fix on offense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarshallFin1 View Post
    your competeting with 20 other franchises for there services, its a bidding war for any of them, build threw the draft and i actually think ireland has been solid since philbin arrived with drafting. Philbin advice has helped out alot.
    imo we need a vet WR along with drafting a WR in the draft , because it will take a rookie WR 2-3 years to adjust to the offence schem that philbin and com. is running not to mention all rookies have to adjust to the NFL , AND IT WOULD BE CRAZY NOT TO GO OUT AND GET A VET WR to help Tanny progress because its going to take more than just a couple rookie WRs comin into the NFL for us to compete , and another thing there will be a few teams with money to spend in FA BUT NOT ALL OF THEM NEED A WR ,so if we want to compete next year we need a vet to do just that but if we are NOT READY TO COMPETE THAN GO TO THE DRAFT TO GET OUR GUYS , but from what ive seen we are ready to take the next step with Tanny and his core of WRs he will be getting in FA and the draft.

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    Jennings, Bowe and Mike Wallace could be free agents. All will be looking for big money. Out of them I would lean towards Mike Wallace since he is the speed we need.
    It is odd that I got this name in 2004 and it is still relevant to this day. Prove me wrong TS!
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    mike wallace is a RFA anyway... so I already say no to that.

    we'll need to be smart with the acquisitions this offseason.. one bad move and we can easily regress...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2413fanphins View Post
    mike wallace is a RFA anyway... so I already say no to that.

    we'll need to be smart with the acquisitions this offseason.. one bad move and we can easily regress...
    You sure about that?
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