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The Miami Dolphins are working hard to keep receiver Brian Hartline from diving into free agent waters on March 12th.
NFL.com's Albert Breer first reported the news early Tuesday that the team and Hartline were in deep negotiations, and Alex Marvez of FoxSports.com later reported that both sides are close to an agreement.
The deal reportedly would be for $6 million to $6.5 million per season, but the length of the deal is unavailable. We should be hearing more today.
In 2012, Hartline was a favorite target of rookie Ryan Tannehill, and the team would like to see that chemistry continue. He hit 1,000-yard mark for the first time in his career, with 74 catches for 1,083 yards.
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What can we take from the photo below of Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brian Hartline and a rather bodacious babe in a bikini taken in Antigua? Hmmm....
1. It doesn't take an elite athlete to make it in the NFL.
2. Brian believes in curls. Just not ones done in the gym.
3. The Dolphins are fixing to pay that $6 million a year?
4. She is clearly into him for the money...
After a few days of negotiating, the Miami Dolphins have agreed to terms on a deal with wide receiver Brian Hartline. The terms of the deal include a 5 year deal worth 30.775 million with 12.5 million fully-guaranteed.
News of the signing was first reported by ProFootballtalk.com and then confirmed by NFL Network's Jeff Darlington who witnessed Hartline step out of the...
David Garrard loves Miami. “I would love to be back in Miami. I love the coaching staff; I love Ryan,” according to the Miami Herald.
Just last season David Garrard was scheduled to be the starting quarterback of the Miami Dolphins, but before starting the preseason opener, his knee swelled to the point where he needed arthroscopic surgery.
Once a Pro Bowler in 2009,...
Quarterback David Garrard would love a chance to be Ryan Tannehill’s backup, reports The Miami Herald.
“I would love to be back in Miami. I love the coaching staff; I love Ryan,” Garrard said.
“Getting back in the league is what I want. I want to be able to go out in my career playing at a high level. I don’t want some freakish injuries to decide my career.”
With plenty of cash to spend, it appears that the Miami Dolphins are ready to stock up on some playmakers for second-year quarterback Ryan Tannehill heading into 2013. 2012 leading receiver Brian Hartline appears to be in negotiations with the Dolphins for a new contract and reports are suggesting that with the opening of the free agency period, Miami is going hard after two offensive...
The Miami Dolphins need a #1 wide receiver, and reports suggest they are down to choosing between Mike Wallace and Greg Jennings.
NFL.com is reporting today the Dolphins prefer Wallace over Jennings. Jeff Darlington is reporting that Dolphins are prepared to throw large money at Wallace to get him to South Beach.
If all goes as planned — and yes, there is a plan — Ireland...
The Miami Dolphins are deep in contract extension talks with
wide receiver Brian Hartline, according to Albert Breer of NFL.com.
NFL.com's Albert Breer reported Tuesday morning that the
Dolphins and Brian Hartline are in deep talks to keep the receiver long
term, according to a source involved in the talks. Nothing is imminent, but
things could come together quickly.
For free agent quarterback David Garrard, any opportunity is a good one as he attempts to make his NFL comeback. That would include a return to the Miami Dolphins, a team that cut him during training camp last year.“I would love to be back in Miami," Garrard recently told the Miami Herald. "I love the coaching staff, I love Ryan [Tannehill].”The Dolphins are in the...
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald writes that the recent five-year, $56 million contract extension handed out to WR Dwayne Bowe on Monday will be the “starting point” for free agent Mike Wallace.
Salguero adds that some team is bound to pay Wallace a top 5 contract given that his sought-after skill set. Salguero emphasizes that the Miami Dolphins “will chase Mike Wallace...
Alex Marvez reports a source has informed him that the Dolphins are close to reaching an agreement with WR Brian Hartline on a multi-year contract that would average $6 – $6.5 million annually.
Marvez mentions that the Dolphins could still pursue one of Greg Jennings or Mike Wallace in the next few weeks, as they’ll have plenty of space to work with.
Hartline, 26, caught 74...
According to Alex Marvez of FOXSports.com, the Miami Dolphins and wide receiver Brian Hartline are close to finalizing a contract extension.
A source told FOXSports.com that Brian Hartline and the Dolphins are nearing agreement on a contract that would keep the wide receiver from hitting the free-agent market. The multiyear deal would average between $6 million and $6.5 million...
March 12th is getting closer and closer and the start to NFL free agency is just around the corner. Soon the rumors will end and the excitement around the different NFL fan bases will grow or the disappointment and concern will start to linger.
Despite slapping the franchise tag on Randy Starks the Dolphins still have plenty of money to throw around to help out Ryan Tannehill...