Dolphins Free Agency Tracker 14th March

Danny

Finheaven VIP
Moderator
Finheaven VIP
Joined
Apr 17, 2003
Messages
34,638
Reaction score
41,878
Location
Kissimmee,FL
Business is Business but Miami did Quinn no favors this free agency period.

Wake got 3/23 with 10 million guaranteed . . . Quinn should of been able to at least get 3/33 with 15 million guaranteed on the open market.

Doubt they restructure him and maybe they wrangle a mid to late day 3 out of somebody just for that team to avoid other teams raising the price.

An extension is more likely than that, but I think the “favorite” is a cut today or tomorrow Before the bonus kicks in.
so at what time tomorrow does that bonus kicks in? Wasn't sure if he had to be cut before might nite or some time tomorrow
 

Digital

Starter
Finheaven VIP
Joined
Feb 5, 2008
Messages
9,469
Reaction score
8,966
Quinn is gone, official or not, that one is a done deal, nothing to worry about. Salary is simply too high and cutting him carries no dead cap space.

I'm happy to see Dwayne Allen and Eric Rowe, but I must admit I'm disappointed to see Clive Walford. I get it, he has potential and he came from the U, but he doesn't have the work ethic we want from veterans, and this addition surprises me. I would have much preferred that we re-sign MarQueis Gray, who could play the TE/FB hybrid role well.

I'm guessing there is some connection with the coaches of which I'm not immediately recognizing, but someone must think they can "save" Walford.
 

Shula Fan

Pro Bowler
Joined
Jun 4, 2003
Messages
3,842
Reaction score
884
Age
56
Location
Oviedo Florida
I'd be surprised if we did that. That would be a very high price to pay for him. (Unless he really does make it as a QB).
 

Kdawg954

My f*ck ups be the perfect mistakes
Finheaven VIP
Joined
Apr 14, 2006
Messages
25,451
Reaction score
9,631
Location
Broward County, FL
I'd be surprised if we did that. That would be a very high price to pay for him. (Unless he really does make it as a QB).
What I like about it more than anything, it puts a definitive on your front office and your coaching staff immediately.

They are either gonna be the smartest guys in the room or look like fools, but either way it lessens the chance of some 8 year plan of what ifs.

Go and get him if you love him. **** it.
 

volk

Seasoned Veteran
Joined
Feb 25, 2004
Messages
3,420
Reaction score
1,378
I'd be surprised if we did that. That would be a very high price to pay for him. (Unless he really does make it as a QB).
He is a very high risk/high reward gamble. If he can live up to the hype, he would be electrifying. Worried about his durability, though. He loves to run and has a small frame for the kind of abuse he could be taking.
 

volk

Seasoned Veteran
Joined
Feb 25, 2004
Messages
3,420
Reaction score
1,378
What I like about it more than anything, it puts a definitive on your front office and your coaching staff immediately.

They are either gonna be the smartest guys in the room or look like fools, but either way it lessens the chance of some 8 year plan of what ifs.

Go and get him if you love him. **** it.
Some truth there. It would be nice to have some decisiveness in Miami.
 

Danny

Finheaven VIP
Moderator
Finheaven VIP
Joined
Apr 17, 2003
Messages
34,638
Reaction score
41,878
Location
Kissimmee,FL
it'd cost a lot to go up to #1 but I think it's academic as I totally believe Arizona will take him
 
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
Top Bottom