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Thread: Dolphins have targeted Hartline and Clemons as must re-signs

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    Quote Originally Posted by SF Dolphin Fan View Post
    Agree on Hartline. He's not a guy that's going to score many touchdowns, but he will move the chains and is reliable. I thought he did a good job this year considering he went up against the other teams top corner. I think Clemons is still ascending a bit so I can see that. I'm for letting Smith walk, however. I just don't see a consistently good corner in Smith. Good corners will be hard to find in free agency so I think that will put a huge, huge emphasis on finding two starters in the draft.
    i watched the oakland game last night and kept thinking how much better hartline will be when wallace/jennings on other side w/ draft choice and a primed reshad matthews sprinkled w/ swope. this guy did this with little supporting cast.
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    Like Hartline but not sure we they are coveting Clemons?? Can someone tell me when he has come up big,with a big play? As a safety, he should come up with more big plays than what he has produced!! I would rather they keep the Solai and Starks tandem together. Starks is the best free agent we have!!
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    If we resigned starks along with these two I would be happy to let the rest walk. I figure we would need at least one high round corner in the draft and a FA pickup as well. also spend one of our top 4 picks on a tackle or get one from FA which is what I would prefer

    Here's hoping for the new look dolphins offense.
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    Great, bring back 2 players that dont make plays. Fits this regime quite well.

    Hartline had 1000 yards becuase he was targeted almost 80% of the damn time on a passing play, he better have that many yards being targetted taht often. TD? 1.

    CLemons, cant hit, can't tackle, can't catch. Great, deserves an extension for consistently being useless.

    2013 already starting on a ****ty note.

    And for those that have ANY HOPE or FAITH in us adding playmakers, i will put $20 down rght now that if we resign Hartline we will only add 1 more WR becuase they believe Hartline is a good WR. Who wants to bet that we won't add 2 WR if hartline is resigned at an outrageous price of probably 6mill a year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KippyIA1354 View Post
    Like Hartline but not sure we they are coveting Clemons?? Can someone tell me when he has come up big,with a big play? As a safety, he should come up with more big plays than what he has produced!! I would rather they keep the Solai and Starks tandem together. Starks is the best free agent we have!!
    Clemons hit Big Ben on the goal line and caused him to fumble putting us in a good spot to win the game. Sure the refs messed it up but Clemons did his work there. You asked.

    Clemons is a very good player, and he improves each year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SR 7 View Post

    And for those that have ANY HOPE or FAITH in us adding playmakers, i will put $20 down rght now that if we resign Hartline we will only add 1 more WR becuase they believe Hartline is a good WR. Who wants to bet that we won't add 2 WR if hartline is resigned at an outrageous price of probably 6mill a year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phin-Omenon View Post
    Clemons hit Big Ben on the goal line and caused him to fumble putting us in a good spot to win the game. Sure the refs messed it up but Clemons did his work there. You asked.

    Clemons is a very good player, and he improves each year.
    So we get one big play every four years????? Wow, that sounds like our President!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SR 7 View Post
    Great, bring back 2 players that dont make plays. Fits this regime quite well.

    Hartline had 1000 yards becuase he was targeted almost 80% of the damn time on a passing play, he better have that many yards being targetted taht often. TD? 1.

    CLemons, cant hit, can't tackle, can't catch. Great, deserves an extension for consistently being useless.

    2013 already starting on a ****ty note.

    And for those that have ANY HOPE or FAITH in us adding playmakers, i will put $20 down rght now that if we resign Hartline we will only add 1 more WR becuase they believe Hartline is a good WR. Who wants to bet that we won't add 2 WR if hartline is resigned at an outrageous price of probably 6mill a year.
    1000 yards for Hartline is pretty good considering he was THE only WR close to a threat for Miami. Meaning defenders focused solely on him and he still produced. Imagine what Hartline can do if Miami gets a real #1 WR and defenders have somebody else they have to focus on instead of Hartline.
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