Originally Posted by knickballer
Cap management. Don't spend 14mil on an undeserving WR like Jennings just for the sake of filling a need. If they can get a player like Wallace or Bowe for like 6-8mil that's great but there's a need for WR's and these guys are probably going to break the bank. St.Louis, Washington, Minny, Indy, Cleveland, etc, will all be looking for WR's. Danny Amendola would be a good signing as I don't think he has the market value as other teams and the fact that slot WR's are good for young QB's. Resigning Hartline, signing a WR like Amendola and possibly drafting a WR in the first three rounds is good. Hartline, Bess, Amendola and top1-3 pick WR is a fine WR core. I'm also a strong believer that a good offensive system doesn't need great receivers to succeed.
Dolphins aren't probably going to contend next year and no need to ruin the future cap space overpaying for a question mark like Jennings. But they do need offensive weapons so it may be worth it.
Wallace will get paid more than 8 mil you already know that so are you saying we should tank and not try to contend next year for idk how many years in a row? Wallace Bowe and Jennings are all worth more than injury prone amendola, amendola is a slot WR is he not? We already have one of those. Hartline is the opposite of a play maker and we could easily let him walk if we have too, he certainly isn't worth 6 mil currently says he wants unless you live in FF. You should be smart enough to know Greg Jennings won't get 14 mil and that source isn't really trust worthy. I don't see your logic in cap management when you consider overpaying WR by 2-3 mil as "breaking the bank" We have 45 mil and we have top spend a shit load of it due to the new CPA. If you knew anything about the dolphins it would be we need play makers and we have none at the WR position with a rookie QB. We have a QB and good defense with 5 picks in the first 3 rounds and 45 mil in the cap this isn't the time to just sit and hope the contend by hitting on a few draft picks which won't put us over the top immediately.