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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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    Quote Originally Posted by Phinsfan93 View Post
    ...with successful QBs, or maybe like 12-13 teams.
    Which was covered in the "successful teams" part

    If youre not that interested in being successful, by all means, order up another year of Tannehill/Hartline. Maybe they can explode for 3 TDs this year! Meanwhile Tom Brady throws 3 TDs to Welker in a single game.
    "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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    Dolphins Homer1972 Dolphins Logo2013 Dolphins LogoTannehill 17
    If it's what the market dictates then it is what it is. Next.
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    I think 6 is ok. I believe its not worth a 11 to 14 mil risk to pick up Wallace or Jennings... We can draft a wr n a te in the draft
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    Yeah, why would we want the fastest player on the field who gets open all the time and scores touchdowns? Let's re-sign the guy who makes no plays at a playmaking position, draft a couple fat people, a RB, and call it a life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by putter1013 View Post
    I want him for 3 years 13.5 Million or 4 years 17 Million. That is plenty of money for a #2 WR.
    The question I keep asking myself, is that what a AVG #2 WR is worth in today's NFL?

    I guess when the FA period is over this year we'll a better answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by defiant View Post
    Yeah, why would we want the fastest player on the field who gets open all the time and scores touchdowns? Let's re-sign the guy who makes no plays at a playmaking position, draft a couple fat people, a RB, and call it a life.
    So you think the signing of Hartline will stop us from going after Wallace or Jennings?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ohall View Post
    The question I keep asking myself, is that what a AVG #2 WR is worth in today's NFL?

    I guess when the FA period is over this year we'll a better answer.

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    So you think the signing of Hartline will stop us from going after Wallace or Jennings?

    No, just remarking that wanting to sign Hartline and pass on Wallace is ABSOLUTELY RETARDED
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    he is NOT worth any more than 3 mil per season tops...what a waste of money if hes worth 6 million what the hell is wallace worth 10 million? You can get any amendola type receiver to replace hartline in a flash...IRELAND HAS TO GO ARE YOU READING THIS JEFF???????????????
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    Quote Originally Posted by marinobestever View Post
    he is NOT worth any more than 3 mil per season tops...what a waste of money if hes worth 6 million what the hell is wallace worth 10 million? You can get any amendola type receiver to replace hartline in a flash...IRELAND HAS TO GO ARE YOU READING THIS JEFF???????????????
    Probably not, you're clearly as impulsive and uninformed as most of the fans on here.
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    Wouldn't give him more than $4-5 million per season. He's nothing even close to elite. I don't even consider him much of a quality #2; I think he only survives as a #2 WR if your #1 is a premier superstar WR. He's more of a #3 to me. Dude has serious issues finding the endzone. His stats are inflated, IMO, I mean, someone's got to get the ball when there isn't much talent out wide.

    Wouldn't start on half the teams in the league.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zounds View Post
    Really surprised to see people clicking the $5-$7 million range.
    i sure didnt , i picked 4-5 mil range , But if we could have gotten Jennings for around 8 mil , which i think will be his numbers after teams look at him and say that there not going to give that much for a injured prone player ,and Jennings stock will drop, then we will look like the dummies when and if that happens , yeah for 3 mil more Jennings would have been my selection .

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