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Thread: MORT: dolphins internally discussing signing Wallace AND Jennings

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    Doesn't matter what we as outsiders think. If Miami ponies up and pays Wallace what he's asking the entire staff will have a vision in mind.

    Mike Wallace is a scary football player. If he's signed the offense should be modified to fit his unique skill set. Let's run more screens and reverses. Let's let the man line up in the backfield. Allow Mike Wallace to be Mike Wallace. Something very few can do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Notso View Post
    Hartline>Jennings imo... plus he already has chemistry with Tannehil... Wallace, Hartline, Bess, looks pretty damn good to me
    I like that trio as well. Then add Matthews that gives us 4 young WR's. I then would draft Austin and either Wheaton or Goodwin. I know that gives us 6 WR's but Austin will take Bess' spot next year when Bess becomes a FA, saving us more money. Then perhaps by next year one of these 3 (Tyms, Fuller, or Binns) will fill WR #6 for us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mnphinfan View Post
    What growth?
    His 3-pt game has shown development!
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    I say go for it. You don't bring back Hartline. Pay those two the money and draft a player like Swope in the 4th or Bailey in the 3rd and your WR Corp is set. Tannehill's development would be incredible.
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    All of you who think this is going to happen need to put the pipe down...
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    Snakes!RadioactiveHalo Legendary1972 Dolphins LogoMike Wallace 11
    The idea of this happening is fap worthy
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    I am getting a bad "smelf" about Jennings if this is true......

    Tom Pelissero of ESPN Twin Cities "heard" at the Combine that free agent Greg Jennings is seeking $14 million a year.
    $14M a year would make Jennings the NFL's third highest paid wide receiver behind only Calvin Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald. No one is going to pay that much for an injury-prone wideout entering his age-30 season. Per Pelissero, there is a "popular theory" among NFL front offices that wide receivers will "sit on the market" like inside linebackers did last year. In other words, they may price themselves out of the initial wave of free agency.
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    not gonna lie I would give up 25 million in cap space alone for Wallace and Jennings. tag starks. resign clemons and draft well....
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    If we sign Wallace and Jennings and re-sign Bush to play the role he implied...I not only see us cutting ties with Bess, but cutting ties with the idea that Patterson would be a target at 12.

    Wallace and Jennings starting with Matthews and Binns for depth would open up a Marquise Goodwin 3rd round selection to be the 5th guy in the rotation while Bush and either Egnew or Clay replaces Bess' s role as the slot target imo. And I like it.
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    Just give me Wallace.
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