Found March 05, 2013 on NFL Trade Rumors:
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 passes for 1,083 yards and one touchdown last season. We have him listed as the No. 39 best available player in our recently updated Top 50 Free Agents list. The post Report: Dolphins Close To Signing WR Brian Hartline To Contract Extension appeared first on NFL Trade Rumors -.

Dolphins show Brian Hartline 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 and then confirmed by NFL Network's Jeff Darlington who witnessed Hartline step out of the...

Brian Hartline In Antigua With Girl In Bikini

Not too shabby, huh Juan… Life is good when you are a NFL player.  The Dolphins need to upgrade the WR position to really make a push this season in the AFC East.  With Hartline re-signed, will they bring in Jennings or Wallace?  I’m betting on someone getting paid in South Beach this offseason and helping out Tannehill. The Tannehills Hit The Dolphins X-Mas Party Von Miller’s Awesome Tat

Brian Hartline wants to stay in Miami; both sides feel a deal can get done

Receiver Brian Hartline and the Miami Dolphins both think they can get a deal done, keeping the up and coming receiver as a favorite for Ryan Tannehill. Hartline emerged in 2012 catching 74 receptions for 1,083 yards and 1 touchdown, becoming a top target for the rookie quarterback. However, with the franchise tag being applied to defensive lineman Randy Starks, Hartline will...

Dolphins nearing deal with WR Brian Hartline

The Miami Dolphins are close to re-signing wide receiver Brian Hartline. Hartline was a favorite target of rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill during the 2012 season. Hartline recorded 1,083 yards last season on 74 catches and recorded six touchdowns. The multi-year deal between the Dolphins and Hartline is said to fall between $6 million and $6.5 million. Signing Hartline would not...

Brian Hartline On The Verge Of New Deal with Dolphins

Miami wide receiver Brian Hartline appears to be on the verge of returning to the Dolphins.Fantasy Spin:Hartline had a career year in 2012, reeling in 74 catches for 1,083 yards and had good chemistry with rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Beware, however, that the Dolphins have been mentioned frequently in the pursuit of former Pittsburgh Steelers' receiver Mike Wallace. If...

Dolphins rumors: Miami, Brian Hartline ‘deep’ in extension talks

The Miami Dolphins are deep in contract extension talks with wide receiver Brian Hartline, according to Albert Breer of'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. ...

Report: Dolphins, Brian Hartline believe they can strike a deal

According to Armando Salguero of The Miami Herald, the Dolphins and wide receiver Brian Hartline believe they can strike a deal before free agency starts up on March 12th. On Hartline, the sides continue to talk. Agent Drew Rosenhaus is nothing if not persistent. Hartline wants to remain in Miami and believes he has a chemistry with quarterback Ryan Tannehill. But he also wants ...

Mike Wallace rumors: Dolphins, Vikings targeting free agent WR

The Miami Dolphins are expected to reach an agreement with wide receiver Brian Hartline in the near future, but that won’t stop them from pursuing free agent Mike Wallace. However, Wallace will be a hot commodity this offseason, and the Dolphins are specifically expecting to receive competition for his services from the Minnesota Vikings, according to Jeff Darlington of

Report: Dolphins, Hartline closing in on an extension

According to Alex Marvez of, the Miami Dolphins and wide receiver Brian Hartline are close to finalizing a contract extension. A source told 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...

Hartline, Dolphins near deal

The Miami Dolphins are close to finalizing a deal with one of their own top free agents. A source told 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 a season, the source said. Hartline's agent Drew...

Wes Welker, Brian Hartline close to return to Patriots, Dolphins

The New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins were set to lose their top receivers from 2012. But things took on a different look Tuesday.Shortly after FoxSports' Alex Marvez reported the Dolphins were "close to finalizing a deal" with impending free agent Brian Hartline, CSNNE's Mike Giardi reported the Patriots were "closing in" on a multi-year contract...

Pursuit of Wallace MUST end with him signing with Dolphins

The Miami Dolphins have not-so-subtly leaked their top priority for free agency next week.  They intend to go after Mike Wallace very aggressively.  That aggressive approach will become public knowledge on Saturday morning at midnight.  March 9th is the first day that the Dolphins can legally speak with Wallace and his representatives.  Now, we’re all not naive enough to think...

Mike Wallace Likely To Best Dwayne Bowe’s $56M Contract

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...

Dolphins and Hartline close to agreeing on a new deal

Yesterday, the Miami Dolphins locked up one of their own free agents, by placing the franchise tag on Randy Starks.  While the 2 sides continue to try to agree on a longer term deal, the Dolphins are also in the process of negotiating with their other free agents.   Alex Marvez of reported today that the Dolphins and Hartline are close to finalizing a multiyear deal...

Packers Pass On Franchising WR Greg Jennings

Alex Marvez reports that a source has informed Fox Sports that the Green Bay Packers will not use their franchise tag on WR Greg Jennings. This isn’t exactly a surprising move, despite a report from last week that the Packers were considering the idea of franchising Jennings. It would have cost them close to $11 million next season to retain Jennings via the designation. It’s...
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