Nov.16, 2012; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brian Hartline (82) makes a catch in front of Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Derek Cox (21) during the second half at Sun Life Stadium. The Dolphins won 24-3. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Dolphins Ink Hartline


The Miami Dolphins have retained receiver Brian Hartline their 8th 1,000 yard receiver in team history.  According to Profootballtalk, his deal is worth 30 million over 5 years with a 12.5 million guarantee.

We will have more on what his contract numbers will be when the information is available.

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  • Jcartwright67

    Good move. We could argue about the price…but what’s the point. He’s a great WR, RT’s best target with no offseason or pre season work together to really talk about, and a guy that seems to stay out of headlines for the wrong reason. I’m really keeping my fingers crossed now for a top TE FA, and of course, Wallace. Wallace creates hope and the belief that next year’s offense has legit striking potential. Wallace would afford us the luxury of drafting best available athlete at the 12-spot and focusing on CB and LB in rounds two and three. Easy right??? Congrats to Miami’s newest millionaire. Cheers!

  • Chris

    I know it’s really early but so far I think Ireland is making the right calls this offseason. I absolutely agree with his decisions to keep Starks, Hartline and Moore. To lose any of those guys would be the wrong direction for the team. Also, letting Smith, Long and Bush walk is the right call to. Now let’s get Wallace and Cook signed and nail the draft. Ireland hits on those three and Miami will be serious contenders this season.