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Dolphins hope to keep Hartline, Clemons

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01:34 PM ET 02.12 | With NFL free agency set to begin in one month, the Miami Dolphins are working hard to re-sign wide receiver Brian Hartline and safety Chris Clemons. Hartline, a four-year veteran out of Ohio State, had a career year with Miami in 2012, compiling 74 catches for 1,083 yards and one touchdown. Like Hartline, Clemons, a former Clemson Tiger who also just completed his fourth season, had his best year in a Miami uniform in 2012. He totaled 99 tackles, four pass breakups, three tackles for loss and two interceptions. Hartline and Clemons both played in all 16 games during the regular season.

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February 12, 2013  02:59 PM ET

Hartline is the only offense they have, They'd be smart to keep him!

February 12, 2013  03:14 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Hartline is the only offense they have, They'd be smart to keep him!

And the other half is Reggie Bush, who they want nothing to do with...

February 12, 2013  03:21 PM ET

So instead of two weapons for Tannehill to use, they're gonna jettison Bush and only have Hartline to go to.

Who do these Dolphins think they are? Detroit ?

February 12, 2013  07:51 PM ET

Good for the Phins, maybe this is the start of something!!!

February 13, 2013  04:52 AM ET

The three floridian teams in the NFL were almost completely unheard from last year....it's tough to remember anything of significance. Combining the three may be the only hope to see a contender.

BTW is Jake Long really under-performing THAT much. Rumors are the 'fins are ready to let him walk.

 
February 13, 2013  03:49 PM ET

Miami = mess.

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