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|After three years in the league, the knock on Hartline is that he is a one-trick pony. He has a gaudy career yards per reception average of 15.3 but has never topped 615 receiving yards or three touchdowns in a season. Basically, he gets open on deep passes but not as frequently as needed to be a true starting wide receiver. On the minus side of the ledger, Hartline isnít a great route runner and has decent but not outstanding size so he is a questionable fit in the Dolphins new west coast offense. However, a position in the starting line-up seems almost certain, just donít bother adding him to your roster. With just four double-digit point performances in 44 career games, Hartline is a waiver wire option and bye week filler if you are desperate.
|Hartline staying in Miami -- Thu Mar 7 11:00 pm --|
5-year, $30 million with $12.5 guaranteed
|Brian Hartline won't be leaving Miami.
The wide receiver and the Dolphins have agreed to terms on a five-year, $30.775 million deal, according to ProFootballTalk.com. The deal includes $12.5 million in guaranteed money, according to the website. (ESPN)|
FF Today's Take: Hartline had his best season a pro in 2012 hauling in 74 passes for 1083 yards. However, his uncanny ability to dodge the endzone (6 TDs in four years) deflates his fantasy value. With the Dolphins expected to sign a prominent free agent receiver this off-season, Hartline's value will remain at the very low-end of WR3 territory.