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Thread: Dolphins talking contract with Reggie Bush

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    I like Reggie and although I'm unhappy with his prancing and dancing running style, he does add a lot to this team. If he's reasonable with his contract demands, there is no reason why we shouldn't sign him.
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    Dolphins talking contract with Reggie Bush

    He not only shows playmaking ability but he is also a leader of this team! Sign him back. I feel like this is one of those things that doesn't look like much on the surface, but in reality it means a lot to the team. He's a good player with a great locker room presence.
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    I love Bush as much as anyone and think he is definitely valuable on the field and maybe even more so in the locker room!
    I would get it done at a reasonable price, but not insult the guy.
    Ireland just seems like he will seriously low ball Bush and say take it or leave it which will insult him and basically force Bush to walk and say it was his decision.
    Obviously I hope I'm wrong and can cheer for Bush this season! Hooray for Bush!

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    I'd love to get Reggie back. I think a deal similar to the one he had before would be similar to both sides. With the rising of Lamar Miller in this offense, it gives the staff more ways to use Bush.

    I don't think it's a question as to whether the vast majority of us would like Bush back. It's a matter of dollar and cents at this point.
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    The lions are gonna pay him more of course but i believe he will stay and say in his press conference ''i'am here to finish a job and thats make the dolphins happening in miami again'' bet on it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlockz View Post
    3 years 15 million and Im on board. Bush proved alot here and we dont have much money invested in rb salary
    $5M per year??? Wow, that's a tad extreme dont you think. How bout 2 years $8M a slight drop from his previous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhinMagic View Post
    $5M per year??? Wow, that's a tad extreme dont you think. How bout 2 years $8M a slight drop from his previous.
    I personally think he is worth more money than Dmitri patterson, Richard marshall and Richie Incognito and they make more than 4 million. I also dont think Hartline should make more
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    For Bush 3 years 15 million sounds right.

    Sign Hartline to 4 years 16 million.

    Let Jake walk.

    Franchise Starks.

    Offer Sean Smith 3 years 19.5 million

    Then you still have infinite to spend in FA. Sign Wallace, Dustin Keller and a pass rusher. Maybe Pacman too.

    Money, money, ding dong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by houtz View Post
    For Bush 3 years 15 million sounds right.

    Sign Hartline to 4 years 16 million.

    Let Jake walk.

    Franchise Starks.

    Offer Sean Smith 3 years 19.5 million

    Then you still have infinite to spend in FA. Sign Wallace, Dustin Keller and a pass rusher. Maybe Pacman too.

    Money, money, ding dong.
    I can ride with this and agree 100%, too bad I doubt Smith would accept that offer
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    I see little reason to bring him back when rookie runningbacks are as cheap as they are, and when we have a guy the staff feels good about. He's not a special player by any means. The only reason I could see is to keep him as a pass-catcher, and to have a veteran safety-net with unproven Lamar; but that kind of guy can be had for much cheaper in FA - Mike Goodson, Rashad Jennings, Javon Ringer, Bernard Scott.

    I'd like to draft a RB or two because they're so cheap and lots of mid-late round guys have been productive over the past couple years. Though if Bernard falls to the end of the first or early 2nd, I'd trade up in a heartbeat.
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