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View Poll Results: Are you pleased with a Hartline re-signing...

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  • ...at $5M-7M/yr (real cap hit)

    70 25.45%
  • ...at $4-5M/yr (real cap hit)

    152 55.27%
  • ...at under $4M/yr (real cap hit)

    42 15.27%
  • I don't want Hartline back

    11 4.00%
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Thread: Do you agree with re-signing Hartline?

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    Yes he will be even better next year.
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    Likewise Andre Johnson just got an escalator bumping his comp to $9.5mil in 2013. Does anyone really think Wallace or Jennings are worth a cent more than AJ let alone $3-5mil more? Gimme a guy who can push the ball down the field plus a like-compen$ated opposite end instead of paying either of those other 2 guys more than twice that alone!
    Quote Originally Posted by WVUBOB View Post
    Bess is making about 2.5 mil..................so how much over that does Hartline deserve ??





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    Quote Originally Posted by dlockz View Post
    That line of thinking to me would be a mistake, Brandon Marshall didnt make him look any better and he is as good as either player.
    Agreed. But, the other side of that would be, Marshall wasn't a system WR. He is/was a WR that needs to be fed the ball. Because of the system we are told Philbin runs, Hartline hypothetically could do better with a true #1 WR in this system. For me, if the $ isn't right, we prob could have found a better option than Hartline.
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    I said yes in the $4-5 million range. I would prefer him more towards $4 million, but I understand that the market is going to inflate players numbers bigger than they should be. Mike Wallace is not worth $11-12 million a year, but the market is going to get him that. If the Dolphins want to keep Hartline they are probably going to have to pay in the $6 million range. Not good for the Dolphins to have to pay that, but I understand overpaying to keep him.

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    Re: Do you agree with re-signing Hartline?

    Quote Originally Posted by dlockz View Post
    That line of thinking to me would be a mistake, Brandon Marshall didnt make him look any better and he is as good as either player.
    And henne was the qb!

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    I want Wallace and Jennings, so this falls below expectations somewhat, but I'll wait and see the totality of the FA and draft. It's alright. HArtline is alright. It's not like they resigned Earnest Wilford for $6 mil.
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    1. Patterson WR
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    3b. Chris Gragg TE
    4. Brandon Jenkins LB
    5. Cornelius Washington DE
    5/6. Vince Williams LB
    7. Onterio McCalebb RB
    7. Collin Klein QB

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    Tyler Polumbus RT, Starks DT, Bush RB, Grimes DB, Avril DE
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    4-7 million a year? Sign me off the street for 0.5M. I will get one TD next year and have a sea of fans supporting me getting an 8 fold pay raise.

    Could there be any greater demonstration of what is wrong with this team? We have a starting WR play pretty much all year, gets 1 TD, and we're hooting and hollaring about how he is good and we need him back as a starter. Meanwhile other teams, other successful teams #2 WR should score 6-8 TDs. This is so totally beyond delusional, someone associated with the Dolphins needs to learn how to set up a passing game. It is not by pairing a QB that throws 0.75 TD per game with receivers that catch 1 TD per year and then celebrating.
    "Coach Sparano assured us at the beginning of the week, they win the turnover battle, they win the game," guard Richie Incognito said. "And we went out there, turned the ball over."
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    I will take him at 4-5 million. Great toe tappin. Clutch catches. Now we just need to get him the ball in the end zone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by defiant View Post
    4-7 million a year? Sign me off the street for 0.5M. I will get one TD next year and have a sea of fans supporting me getting an 8 fold pay raise.

    Could there be any greater demonstration of what is wrong with this team? We have a starting WR play pretty much all year, gets 1 TD, and we're hooting and hollaring about how he is good and we need him back as a starter. Meanwhile other teams, other successful teams #2 WR should score 6-8 TDs. This is so totally beyond delusional, someone associated with the Dolphins needs to learn how to set up a passing game. It is not by pairing a QB that throws 0.75 TD per game with receivers that catch 1 TD per year and then celebrating.
    ...with successful QBs, or maybe like 12-13 teams.
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    I want him for 3 years 13.5 Million or 4 years 17 Million. That is plenty of money for a #2 WR.
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