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|Dolphins sign WR Greg Jennings -- Wed Apr 22 6:10 pm --|
|NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday that Greg Jennings will sign a two-year, $8 million deal with the Dolphins, according to a source informed of the deal. (NFL.com)|
FF Today's Take: The Dolphins have overhauled their receiving corps, getting rid of Mike Wallace, Brian Hartline and Brandon Gibson while bringing in Kenny Stills, TE Jordan Cameron and now Jennings. Jennings is familiar with head coach Joe Philbin from their time in Green Bay and should serve as the No.3 receiver in the Dolphins offense behind Landry and Stills. He's in the WR4-5 range for redraft leagues.
|Browns sign Brian Hartline, 2-year deal -- Mon Mar 9 7:45 pm --|
Former Miami receiver returns home
|The Browns' newest wide receiver, Brian Hartline.
(Cleveland Browns on Twitter)|
FF Today's Take: The deal is reportedly worth $6 million over two years. Hartline was released by Miami making him free to sign with any team before free agency begins on Tuesday. Hartline had two 1,000-yard receiving seasons in 2012 and 2013 but is moving to a fantasy black hole in Cleveland. He is currently the No.1 receiving option with Josh McCown and the rehabbing Johnny Manziel on the depth chart at quarterback.
|Dolphins to part ways with Brian Hartline -- Fri Feb 27 10:25 am --|
Receiver coming off his worst season as a pro
|According to agent Drew Rosenhaus, the Dolphins have said Brian Hartline will be released on Friday.
Hartline was due to earn a base salary of $5.9 million this year, the third of a five-year, $30 million contract. (ProFootballTalk)|
FF Today's Take: Hartline is coming of his worst season as a pro (36-474-2) as he became the fourth option behind Mike Wallace, Jarvis Landry and Charles Clay. With plenty of teams in need of wide receiver help (KC, CLE, CAR, JAC, NYJ, OAK) Hartline (28) should have no trouble landing a team and filling a complementary role.