According to the Miami Herald, even though Dolphins defensive lineman Randy Starks would love a new contract, he’s expected to report to training camp and not complain about being slapped with the franchise tag earlier this offseason.
To his surprise, the Dolphins haven’t made a multiyear offer to defensive tackle Randy Starks since slapping him with the $8.45 million franchise tag – which happened after Starks rejected a multiyear offer that wasn’t remotely close to his asking price. But we hear Starks, who sat out most of the offseason program, has a good attitude going into camp and won’t complain about his contract.
The Herald also reported that the Dolphins are expected to let Starks play out this season and then choose between him and Paul Soliai next offseason.
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