Maria & LauRen Aha!
- Sep 4, 2001
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He is worth 1.7 for sure and then some. I hope Alex is right.Q: Given the fact that the Dolphins evidently don't feel they need a top notch QB to get them to the Super Bowl, wouldn't it be a mistake to pay Jay Fiedler top money and hurt their cap number? Shouldn't they start one of their backups and spend the money to further strengthen their running game? Rick Buzell, LOVELL, ME
A: Actually, a Fiedler re-signing probably would provide short-term cap relief by lowering his $1.7 million cap figure. I believe Fiedler has proven himself worthy of leading this team and deserves a lucrative extension. The running game can be addressed through other means.