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Thread: Hartline willing to accept 3-year deal worth around $6 million/year, or maybe less

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    Hartline willing to accept 3-year deal worth around $6 million/year, or maybe less

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    The Miami Herald suggests free agent Brian Hartline would be willing to accept a three-year deal averaging $6 million annually, or "maybe less." Three years would take Hartline through his age-29 season, allowing him to reenter the free agent market at 30. It'd make sense for the player. $6 million annually is also a reasonable cost for a receiver lacking a high ceiling, but possessing a solid "floor." The Dolphins are more than capable of paying it. Daniel






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    I like Hartline, but 4.5-5 per yr is more palatable.
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    I'm sure Hartline would accept a deal worth around $6 million per year. Problem is...I don't think he'll get that from Miami or should he.
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    How about we link the actual Miami Herald article instead of some facebook page call the Finstones.
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    I'm willing to accept it too! Problem is they are not offering it to me
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    Hartline willing to accept 3-year deal worth around $6 million/year, or maybe less

    I think I would come around at 3 years and 16.5 million. . . But Id prefer 3 years and 13.5 million.

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    Not a penny more that 4.5 mil/yr. Can't give big money to WR's who don't score TD's.
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    Ideally I. Would like the Phins to get Hartline at about $5 million per season, but $6 isn't out of the question.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ckparrothead View Post
    How about we link the actual Miami Herald article instead of some facebook page call the Finstones.
    http://miamiherald.typepad.com/dolph...g-belongs.html
    ...you can get him right now for $18 million over three years and maybe less
    Brian Hartline - WR - DolphinsThe Miami Herald suggests free agent Brian Hartline would be willing to accept a three-year deal averaging $6 million annually, or "maybe less."

    Three years would take Hartline through his age-29 season, allowing him to reenter the free agent market at 30. It'd make sense for the player. $6 million annually is also a reasonable cost for a receiver lacking a high ceiling, but possessing a solid "floor." The Dolphins are more than capable of paying it.



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    Sounds like Armando is just winging it.
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