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.
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Browns cut WR Brian Hartline-- Mon May 23 1:23 pm --
Browns roster overhaul continues
After selecting four receivers in the 2016 NFL draft, the Cleveland Browns cut ties with a veteran.
The Browns released wideout Brian Hartline on Monday, according to the team. Hartline compiled 523 yards on 46 receptions, with two touchdowns in 12 games last season, his only year in Cleveland.
FF Today's Take:Fantasy owners will be avoiding Browns receivers due to lack of name recognition and while one may emerge as fantasy worthy it will be difficult to predict who may emerge. First-round pick Corey Coleman will likely have the highest ADP during the Summer drafting season. Hartline will likely catch-on with a team needing a No.3 or No.4 receiver
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