Some of my fellow Fins don't get it! Jake Long is a top 5 LT period. He could play better with one hand that all the player on the O-Line except for our center Pounce. Good luck getting some weak rookie in the draft to take over for Long?!? We should be bitching about why we keep on signing scrubs every year. Richard Marshal lol, the other CB lol, get ride of our Best DB Davis lol Oh that's right Jonthan Martin can play LT, LMFAO!!! And last Jake Long played hurt the last 3yrs.
your crazy my friend Jake Long hasnt been top 5 tackle since rookie year.A left tackles worth isnt what it was 5yrs ago.Hes not worth half what he is asking,and really another vontae complaint?He had horrible work ethic,showed no signs of improvement from year to year.Was total waste of a pick,glad we got what we did for him.He routinely got beat like a fat kid in dodgeball by average wrs
Jake is on the decline... his feet have gotten worse over the years and he's hurt us in games with dumb penalties. Wish him the best, but you gotta go.
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Jake Long | Tackle
Team: Miami Dolphins Age / DOB: (27) / 5/9/1985 Ht / Wt: 6'7' / 317 College: Michigan Contract: view contract details Share:
According to Profootballtalk.com, there is "little or no chatter in league circles" about any team making a major push for free agent LT Jake Long.
"Some" NFL teams reportedly believe Long needs to play right tackle instead of left, which would severely diminish his market value. Long is also coming off back-to-back disappointing seasons. Our gut feeling all along has been that Long will wind up re-signing with the Dolphins on a deal worth significantly less than he's seeking. His current asking price is a laughable $11 million a year. Mar 3 - 10:06 PM