Quote Originally Posted by antillj94 View Post
The thing is, he's 29, not 38. Everyone seems to think he's got nothing left in the tank, but he showed that he's definitely capable of still playing. He is a leader, he was a captain in Green Bay and I wouldn't be surprised if he took over a leadership role on the offense if Reggie is let go.

Since coming back, his stats were:
vs. Minnesota 4 catches / 46 yards
vs. Detroit 1 catch / 27 yards
vs. Chicago 4 catches / 50 yards
vs. Tennessee 7 catches / 45 yards / 1 TD
vs. Minnesota 8 catches / 120 yards / 2 TD

vs. Minnesota 4 catches / 61 yards
vs. San Fran 6 catches / 54 yards / 1 TD

If anything it seemed he was getting better as games went on. Sign this guy.
To strenghten your point, he put up those stats with a lot more offensive talent and obviously not always the number one option in green bay. If/when he comes to Miami, he immediately becomes our best reciever for a young, hungry QB looking to prove he wants to be our franchise QB. Having played in this offense in green bay, He will thrive here and be a great mentor for whoever our other WRs will be. I believe he is a perfect fit for this team