The Miami Dolphins let Matt Haack hit the market.
Matt Haack can be good or he can be really bad. When he is on his game, he has one of the strongest legs in the NFL but there is little to no middle ground with Haack. When he is bad, he is really bad.
For the most part, Haack has had his moments with the Dolphins but he will soon be available on the open market and honestly, I’m not sure that is a bad thing for the Dolphins.
I don’t suspect a lot of interest from other teams and punters typically are not first, second, or third-tier free-agent signees. The Dolphins should let him shop around and then decide if they really want to bring him back.
Miami’s biggest problem is that they tend not to bring in competition during camps for the special team’s skills spots. They need to and if they have intentions on keeping Haack they should have leveraged their shot last year. Signing him to an extension prior to free agency will likely include guaranteed money and depending on the amount of those guarantees, the Dolphins could simply be throwing money away. Wait and let him test the market and either match the deal or sign him to a non-guaranteed deal if he doesn’t get offers. Then sign another and let them compete.