Brian Hartline | WR | Miami Dolphins
Posted: 4/20/2014 4:53pm et
The Miami Dolphins may let WR Brian Hartline walk following the 2014 season if the team succeeds in drafting a receiver in the second round. Releasing Hartline would save the team $4 million.
Huddle Up: There's still obviously still much to be determined about the future of Hartline, who's caught at least 70 passes and eclipsed 1,000 yards in each of the past 2 seasons. Let's see how the draft and season play out.
Posted: 3/24/2014 10:27pm et
Miami Dolphins WR Brian Hartline (knee) is making good progress in his recovery from a torn posterior cruciate ligament and should be ready to play Week 1.
Huddle Up: Hartline should return in plenty of time to have that one monster week when he's not even on a fantasy roster, then be a hot pickup and do almost nothing until getting kicked back into the free agent pool a month or so later.
Posted: 12/30/2013 12:45am et
Miami Dolphins WR Brian Hartline (knee) suffered a knee injury in the Week 17 game against the New York Jets, and he will have an MRI Monday, Dec. 30, to determine the severity of his injury.
Huddle Up: A major injury at this time of year could be a huge blow for Miami, at least to start the 2014 season. If you were thinking of keeping him for a cheap draft pick, you might want to wait and see the results of his MRI.
Posted: 12/4/2013 12:52am et
The Miami Dolphins could face wintry weather in their Week 14 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday, Dec. 8. The forecast currently calls for a wintry mix with temperatures in the low 30's with an east wind around 10 mph. 'Snow is probably last because it's really not as wet or causes as many problems,' WR Brian Hartline said Tuesday, Dec. 3. 'Wind can be a pain in the butt because ball location changes really quickly. Rain, it depends because if it's soaking wet, it's maybe not as bad because you can adjust.'
Huddle Up: Hartline is coming off his best fantasy game (9-127-1 TD) but chances are he'll slip back to the pack given the weather forecast and the Steelers' success against opposing WRs (12th fewest fantasy points allowed) and QBs (8th fewest).