The Miami Dolphins were arguably the winners of free agency this offseason, netting a bevy of high-profile players in a way reminiscent of the Eagles' 2011 "Dream Team" haul.
Several of those splashes were made on the offensive side of the ball, with receivers Mike Wallace and Brandon Gibson and tight end Dustin Keller coming aboard.
These moves have prompted wideout Brian Hartline to form huge expectations.
"Championship offense," Hartline told the South Florida Sun-Sentinel on Tuesday. "I think we got every move we needed to make. We probably could add some depth at certain positions, but we've got all the pieces to the car, now we've just got to put it all together."
The 26-year-old Hartline is coming off a career year in which he recorded 74 catches for 1,083 yards and a touchdown. Miami thought enough of him to lock him up with a five-year deal worth nearly $31 million.
Hartline developed a solid rapport with quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who, following an impressive ...