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Dolphins could target LeGarrette Blount

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02:35 PM ET 01.29 | The Super Bowl is in less than a week, which means the 30 teams not in the Super Bowl are trying to find ways to make sure they're getting there next season. One of those teams is the Miami Dolphins who are trying to move as far away from their 2013 campaign as possible. One of the ways that the team could improve their roster is by adding some talent in free agency. The Miami Herald suggests that new GM Dennis Hickey's previous relationship with running back LeGarrette Blount, combined with the his recent success, could lead the Dolphins to pursue him this offseason.

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January 30, 2014  01:18 AM ET

"One of the ways that the team could improve their roster is by adding some talent in free agency."

What, are they paying by the word at Fansided? Even ESPN would never choke out a Captain Obvious statement like that.

January 30, 2014  03:24 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

"One of the ways that the team could improve their roster is by adding some talent in free agency."What, are they paying by the word at Fansided? Even ESPN would never choke out a Captain Obvious statement like that.

Notice the use of "could", "would", unrelated-to-the-team so n' so source "suggests"...




UGHHHHHHH

January 30, 2014  06:28 AM ET

Unless Blount has been in a coma since the season ended he won't go to that mess in Miami.

January 30, 2014  06:58 AM ET
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Unless Blount has been in a coma since the season ended he won't go to that mess in Miami.

hmm,.....maybe they'll .....''show him the money''......?!

January 30, 2014  08:21 AM ET

That would be an outstanding first move for the Phfins, they could use a good running back!!!!

January 30, 2014  11:14 AM ET
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That would be an outstanding first move for the Phfins, they could use a good running back!!!!

Problem is - they will probably pay him like a Top 5 RB... which he is not.

 
January 31, 2014  10:30 AM ET

Their priority should be rebuilding that pathetic offensive line before their QB gets killed.

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