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Reasons Dolphins might not cut Ernest Wilford

The Dolphins personnel department got lots of things absolutely right in 2008. Signing receiver Ernest Wilford as an unrestricted free agent was not one of them.

And while just about any fan would say the best way to correct the mistake is to simply cut Wilford this offseason, the Dolphins have not and might not be able to take that quick road to redemption with their enigmatic receiver.

The reason? NFL accounting rules have changed this offseason and that means teams, including Miami, must immediately account for the salary cap consequences of the moves they make. The fact there is no scheduled salary cap in 2010 has forced the NFL to change rules and one rule change is that teams can no longer defer the cap hit for a player into next year by releasing the player after June 1.

If a team releases a player this offseason, be it before, on, or after June 1, the entire amount of prorated guaranteed money comes due immediately.

So what does that mean to Miami as it pertains to Wilford?

Well, believe it or not, it would cost the Dolphins more money to cut Wilford in 2009 than to keep him on the roster. Here's how it works:

Wilford signed a four-year, $13 million contract last February that included $6 million in guaranteed signing bonus. Wilford, who caught only three passes all season, is due $1.5 million in 2009 base salary. Add the $1.5 million he costs the team in prorated bonus -- $6 million divided by 4 years = $1.5 million per year -- and his 2009 salary cap number if he stays with the team is $3 million.

But because the new rules would force the Dolphins to absorb the entire proration for all three remaining years of Wilford's contract if he is cut, he would cost the team $4.5 million against the cap were the team to simply get rid of him. That figure is the yearly $1.5 million prorated portion of his bonus multiplied by the deal's three remaining years.

Is that crazy? The Dolphins would actually cost themselves $1.5 million in cap space by cutting Wilford versus keeping him, an empty space costing more than one occupied by Wilford.

The numbers are simply against the Dolphins this year. It makes more financial sense for them to take Wilford to training camp and try, hope, pray, to get something out of the guy. Maybe he suddenly gets it and contributes. Maybe some other receiver-hungry team comes calling and the Dolphins can trade Wilford and his contract for a draft pick.

But simply whack the guy? The desire to make a produce-or-else point would have to be great because the cap consequences suggest it shouldn't be done.

One more thing: The numbers are in Wilford's favor this year, but they turn after this season, assuming there is a salary cap in 2010 and beyond. (One would have to be collectively bargained, as none is currently scheduled.)

Keeping Wilford for 2010 would cost the Dolphins $3.5 million against the cap, or $2 million in his scheduled base salary plus the $1.5 million bonus proration. But cutting Wilford would cost the Dolphins $3 million in cap space, a savings of $500,000.

In 2011 the situation grows more dire for Wilford and I would say he'll never see that season in a Miami uniform. He would cost the Dolphins $4 million in cap space that year, but only $1.5 million if the team cuts him. That year, Ernest will not go to camp.

This year, meanwhile, the numbers say he probably will.

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first!!

"that year, Ernest will not go to camp."

You're very funny Mando. Great stuff.

Very good stuff. Thanks for the info.

Mando

Good Sh%t. Wilford is a gift that keeps on giving.

I just wanted to say something to you bufoons who rip on other bloggers (like those of you who rip on Mr Bungle): This is a Dolphins blog. If you think it's dorky to blog about a pro sports franchise (it probably is) than dont do it. But going after people just because you are threatened that they know more about the NFL than you, is really weak.
People who blog about the Dolphins know full well that everything they say is totally meaningless, but they do it b/c it's fun, like going to a movie or hooking up with a girl. But if you use this forum to rip other bloggers, I just want you to know that I KNOW that you have issues to work out and that you are probably a pretty miserable person. Thanks for giving all of us that peek inside your soul.

Hey Fake GM

that is funny. Mr Bungle may be a Phins fan but he ain't no mathematician meaning he probably couldn't score a job at Walmart.

Too bad about Wilford. We have to keep a stinker. You never know. He might show up this year for another round of getting kicked in the butt. His poor play has to be intentional. Don't they have tryouts for these guys before they sign him.

Fake GM, we're not bloggers. We're posters. Armando is the blogger.

As far as Wilford, He must have had a smart ass agent who no doubt figured out from the start that he can take Dolphin money and sit his arse down on the bench, and there's nothing Trifecta can do about it. He doesn't have to catch one pass for his payday. He shouldn't be cut, he should be shot, imo.

Unfortunately, being in Miami, this sports team has to look suspiciously at every greedy veteran they bring in, because we've seen it before, Miami doesn't just appeal to the Versace killers, serial murders, terrorists and celebrity coke heads, it also appeals to washed up or lazy football players who figure they can spend a few seasons on the beach and in the clubs before someone kicks them to the curb.

Now if our team was in Minnesota or something, you know players are not coming to party, they're coming to work. But here, we have to think twice.

I still bet they cut him. He's not contributing. I don't think they were up against the salary cap ceiling last year. They're probably not going to sign any high-priced free agents. I don't think cap space will be that big of an issue this offseason.

The trifecta's mistake with Wilford pales in comparison to Saban's mistake with Jason Allen.

A roster spot is much more valuable than $1.5 million in cap space to these guys.

Well, they were able to cut him yesterday and didn't. so that could mean that they decide to finally "give him a chance"....which is not what they did this past season.

In your last write up I think that clown Tony T "for tiny" Bone had some issues. I don't think he got enough attention when he was a baby. Maybe we should all take him to the Dolphins parking lot and give him a nice group hug (wink,wink).

This was from the last write up but wanted you to get this compliment: Armando! Now this is what I call writing!! The opening paragraph captivated and took me back to yesteryear and a time gone by. A sunfilled, exciting aerial show orchestrated by none other than Dan the Man Marino. I almost caught myself humming The song "Memories" by Barbara Striesand but I digressed. Then followed by an interesting assessment of another one of our needs... provoking thoughts of possible improving scenarios in our minds.
Super, Duper Job, Armando!!!

I don't need your help Fake GM. I can defend myself because I have been defending myself forever. Many people are always calling me names and acting like I don't make sense so I am used to it.

I want us to keep Wilford and use him in a trade. I would like to see us trade him for someone like Larry Fitzgerald possibly. That would really help our team.

.Listen here Tony T Bone...I myself see some potential in Jason because he is the first or second one "on the scene" on ST therefore we will continue to coach him up and see what happens.

As far as your "family" goes...blow-up dolls ARE NOT considered "wives",living in your parents basement DOES NOT make you a "homeowner" AND telling your mom to "Bring me a Juicy Juice right now!" DOES NOT qualify as having a "maid on duty" in the real world so stop with the "I am somebody and you're a nobody!" act..its sooooooo 8 year oldish.

Mr. Bungle,
I don't think the Cards will deal Fitzgerald to us for Wilford... unless we throw in Tyrone Culver.

Samatha, if we were in Minnesota it would be "The Love Boat!" LOL...

Seriously I would not let money be a factor in keeping the guy around. I think we got into that in the past and it hurt the team. I'd give him a chance to come in and prove his is willing to work and be productive. If he does not show the desire necessary, take the hit and cut him.

My eyes are tired. It's hard work staring at blogs 24-7.

DONT worry boys and girls,the days of keeping a bum around who takes up a critical roster spot just because of money ARE LONG GONE!

IF you dont perform you wont be playing for the mighty Dolphins!!

Well, I for one would like to know what is the problem with Wilford? What is it he is not doing? I have read it's his practice?

Maybe he will turn the corner knowing what Miami expects of him and show up in camp ready to fight for his job.

Many of you this time last year before this past season started was calling Joey a bust and waste of money....

Well, I for one knew that was not true but if you have a mob of people wanting blood, one dissenting voice will not change the mind of the mob.

Earnest might just show up this next season... in both ways.


Mr Bungle what do you have in that pipe you are smoking! First its Boldin and Harrison now it's Fitzgerald. Hey while we are at it why not trade Crowder for Brady, Ricky for AP, Murphy for Lewis, and get JT back and we are Super Bowl favorites! Yeah yeah that would work in your fantasy world maybe! Build through the draft and build for the future! Not through FA and for now. Remember in the 90's when Shula tried to buy Marino a SB! We had like 12 or 15 1st round picks on the team aquired through FA it didn't work then and it won't work now! Everyone is entitled to their opinion and that's what makes this country great, but it don't meam everyone's opinion is correct.

Trade the guy along with a 7th round and forget about it, even a 6th round

>The numbers are in Wilford's favor this year, but they turn after this season.

I wonder if his agent made him aware of this situation last year. Could explain his lack of motivation. On the other hand, it may mean a heightened sense of urgency this coming year.

I know, he SHOULD be motivated without these contract scenarios. But I believe they do affect play of SOME players. Maybe he is one. If so, I hope he is reminded that the tide turns next year against him if he doesn't produce this year.

Maybe we could trade him to the patriots. He would really prove if they can make players better or not.

Interesting analysis. Still, in real economic terms it would be $1.5 million more expensive to keep Wilford (minus any salary they pay to whoever replaces him on the roster).

So, unless the Dolphins are tight on the salary cap, I think they would rather use real cash to pay somebody who will contribute.

>Now if our team was in Minnesota or something, you know players are not coming to party, they're coming to work.

Hmmm. I guess that whole love boat scandal involving half the Vikings was our imagination...

Let's consider making Wilford a defensive back. We need extra help there and he can catch so that is good also. He also has long hair and on defense it doesn't get pulled but receivers can get it pulled.

Nice info.
How old is the dude? How is his speed vs camarillo and bess? He has to be the 2nd fatest on the squad after ginn?
Let me know please

ah..... cut him

ERNEST WILFORD....IF I REMEMBER CORRECTLY COACH SAPRANO DIDN'T LET HIM PLAY BECAUSE HE CAN ONLY DO ONE THING...CATCH. COACH SPARANO ALSO WANTS HIM TO GO ON SPECIAL TEAMS AND HIT...I CAN'T BAD MOUTH HIM BECAUSE WHEN HE WAS IN THE GAME HE LOOKED LIKE HE TRIED WETHER ON SPECIAL TEAMS OR OFFENSE. I CAN'T BAD MOUTH COACH BECAUSE WILFORD NEVER WAS REALLY WORTH ALL THAT MONEY OR A START OVER GINN SINCE HE PLAYED IN JACKSONVILLE. MAYBE IT'S NOT WILFORD MAYBE WE JUST NEED A NEW RECIEVERS COACH BECAUSE KARL DORRELL IS NOT DOING A GREAT JOB SINCE CAMARILLO WAS OUR STARTER. I KNOW I KNOW HE HAD A GOOD YEAR LAST YEAR BECAUSE HE IS A HARD WORKER BUT THE GUY IS NOT THAT GOOD IMHO. TED GINN SHOWS FLASHES OF BRILLIANT PLAYS EVERY ONCE IN AWHILE BUT THE ONLY GOOD CONSISTENT RECIEVER IS DAVONE BESS BUT I THINK THATS BECAUSE HE WAS USED TO GETTING THROWN THE BALL A GAZILLION TIMES A GAME WHEN HE PLAYED IN HAWAII. KARL DORELL HELPED A PLAYER LIKE ROD SMITH WHO DOESN'T NEED EXTRA MOTIVATION BECAUSE HE WAS GREAT FROM THE BEGGINING BUT MAYBE WE NEED A COACH THAT WOULD HELP RECIEVERS EVOLVE BETTER. LIKE THE CARDINALS RECIEVERS COACH. BOLDIN CAN LEAVE ARIZONA AND THEY WOULD STILL BE FINE BECAUSE THEY HAVE BREASTON, URBAN, DOUCET, MOREY ALL RECIEVERS THAT CAN STEP UP ONE SLOT IF BOLDIN IS GONE. ANYWAYS ENOUGH CHIT CHAT AND BACK TO WORK FOR ME. GO DOLPHINS!!!!!!

Armandito, I commend you on your information of late. While other blogs at the Sunsentinel and Post are stuck on asking us what we think about bill parcells or chad pennington, you provide me with information and detail. Analysis that makes me understand what is going on a little better.

I also appreciate you're not predicting what the Dolphins are going to do, but setting the scene for what the decision they have to make on Earnest Wilford.

I am really impressed. Thanks.

He costs us a roster spot that might be filled by someone worth keeping. That is, or could be, a huge expense. The money seems huge to us, but is small in the grand scheme of things. Maybe we can trade him for something ... anything ... a used Yugo?

Convert him to a Tight End! He can block exceptionally well, is tall, and has good hands. I'm sure even if he added 30 pounds of muscle he could still stretch the field on a linebacker.

THAT IS ACTUALLY A GOOD IDEA BRIAN. WHILE WE HAVE HAYNOS AT 6'7 IN THE BACKGROUND BEING GROOMED. WILFORD CAN ADD WEIGHT AND/OR MUSCLE TO HIS 6'4 225 LB FRAME. HE'S ALREADY NOT A SPEEDSTER BUT HE'S STILL FAST ENOUGH TO GET BEHIND THE LINEBACKERS AND TALL ENOUGH TO BEAT THE SAFETIES AND ATHLETIC ENOUGH TO BEAT A LINEBACKER, SAFETY, OR CORNER IN THE ENDZONE BETTER THAN WHAT TEDD GINN DID ON OUR FIRST SEASON GAME.

Keep in mind that Wilford is going to cost us $4.5 million more against the cap one way or the other. The only question is whether that cap cost will be spread out over 1, 2 or 3 years.

After we sign our free agents, we could have enough remaining room against the cap that it makes more sense to take the entire hit this year and give us more cap space in the next two years.

I should have added that since the $4.5 mil bonus is being paid one way or the other, the most important question is whether or not we can get someone better for the $1.5 million salary he is due this year.

That salary will count against the cap as well and, unlike the signing bonus, we do have control on whether we use that for Wilford or someone else.

Do with him what the business world does to people they (for various reasons) cannot fire:

You make them quit.

Tell him to has gain 70 pounds. Work him as a long-snapper. Assign him to embroidering players' initials on their jock straps. Designate him as Jason Ferguson's buttocks quality control coach. Make him wear the TD costume.

When (if?) he quits, you reach a settlement with him. Then, you find a player who is working on his catching skills in the off-season...not somebody who is on the golf course, stopping only to update his MySpace page.

It costs cap space to keep him, but saves real $$$ to fire him. No sense to pay real $$$ for an unproductive WR. It makes more sense to have an undrafter kid.

Mando, wouldn't a trade also accelerate the remaining prorated bonus to this year's cap??

Hold your horses Mando, maybe as you suggest the guy will pan out. He did have some success in Jacksonville, why not in Miami? We can speculate all we want, but only the coaches know why he did not get on the field in 08.

But if he does not prove worthy in camp, no way the Fins have him take up a roster or practice squad spot just so they do not have to eat the 1 mil. They will cut or trade him.

j-p ,no offense ,but you got to be kidding me with your comments about coach karl dorell.the man did a incredible job with what he had to work with.the man has a work in progress ted ginn and a bunch of overachieving ,undrafted bunch wr's(bess,camirillo,london),not to mention a qb who can't get them long ball.Miami insiders are saying he's being groomed to be the next oc after henning retires.the man in arizona has 2 pro bowler to work with and breaston,geez!!!

FAKE GM,the reason many bust on mr bungle is because he goes on blogs 24/7 disagreeing with every poster.He thinks he knows it all,while everbody else is wrong.Here's another example why posters can't stand him.this is how he addressed all the posters from mando's blog on super bowl sunday .After he said are you ready for some football,he then said "go ahead dorks,start your b.s.".This guy is a no social life,condescending jerk.So FAKE GM,take a hike .off a cliff .

Mando, excellent blog. I added the figures up myself but apparently I can't count correctly ever since I lost a finger in that x-rated accident. Thanks for clearing it up. Your blog is by far the best around.

Don't cut up Mr. Bungle. I really enjoy his company when I too spend all of my waking hours on these blogs.

NJ PHIN FAN I AGREE THAT HE'S PROBABLY TRYING WITH WHAT HE HAS BUT MY POINT IS.. ARIZONA HAS PRO BOWLERS THEY DIDN'T COME IN AS PRO BOWLERS THEY CAME IN THE SAME WAY GINN CAME IN AS A ROOKIE. HOWEVER THEY GET BREEDED TO THIS POINT OF PRO BOWLISM. IF AND I DO SAY IF BOLDIN IS REMOVED FROM THE CARDINALS THEN YOU WILL CLAIM BREASTON IN THE CLASS OF PRO BOWLISM. THEN THE CARDINALS ARE GOING TO HAVE DOUCET, BREASTON, URBAN AND OF COURSE FITZGERALD AS PRO BOWL RECIEVERS. YOU CAN'T KNOCK A COACH FOR HAVING TWO PRO BOWLS AS STARTERS AND ABLE TO PUT A SLOT RECIEVER IN THE SAME TALK AS FUTURE PRO BOWLER. HOWEVER, I DO AGREE THAT DORELL HAS DONE A GOOD JOB WITH WHAT HE HAS BUT WE AS DOLPHINS CAN DO BETTER. I WILL GIVE HIM THE BENEFIT OF THE DOUBT FOR THIS UPCOMING SEASON BECAUSE WE WILL DRAFT THAT SUPERTALL AND STRONG RECIEVER FROM UNC. THEN AGAIN THESE COACHES ONLY WORKED WITH EACH OTHER FOR ONE SEASON. SEASON TWO WE ARE ALREADY ON A ROLL OUR EX-LINEMAN COACH WAS GOOD BUT THE ONE WE HAVE NOW IS GREAT JUST LOOK AT THE GIANTS LAST YEAR. I CAN'T WAIT TO SEE WHAT HAPPENS ALREADY. GO DOLPHINS!!!!!

Good info, Now what does that mean for Vonnie Holliday's situation and roster bonus due in March? His Bonus plus Salary I believe are around 4.5 million, a lot of blogs are reporting he's not worth that, and may be a salary casualty hit. Would it cost more to release him?

I love it when Armando signs on as some 'commenter' and gives himself 'praise' for his work. It's totally obvious.

j-p.breaston had over a 10000 yds as a 3rd wr !!! those are pro bowl type numbers.fitzgerald didn't come in as a pro bowl type reciever? are you kidding me lol.the man was rated top 3 and by some the best player in the draft,while miami reached for ginn who was rated in the 20's considered to raw for a wr.also i'm sure you know more than the trifecta who love dorell and are considering him the future oc.some of us backed you up yesterday ,but man get a clue!!

also sorry j-p.but "they breed them for pro bowlism" ,lol. are you shyting me!!!lol.what are they running a kennel? lol and "pro bowlism" i didn't know that was a word lol.

I don't get it. The team is not near the salary cap and won't be at the start of the season. If the team needed to save money against the salary cap, this blog would be relevant. However, Wilford was already paid his bonus and Ross would save $1.5m by cutting him...not to mention clearing up a roster spot. The salaray cap hit is meaningless.

I concur with what mostly everyone else said Mando, this was a great blog. You taught everyone a lesson here in the business of football, thank you. Question: I read last year that Wilford was a team player and the other receivers really liked him, he had good spirits and was not a cancer in the locker room (just on the field, LOL). Is that true? If so, I think keeping him one more year strictly for the economic reason alone can't hurt. Sure, he takes up a roster spot, but as you said they can unload him next year and free up cap space. Also, stranger things have happened in the NFL, maybe he now has a better understanding of what's expected of him and is sick of not dressing, so he'll come into camp ready to learn and take-off in the preseason and season. Yes, these are just wishes upon a star, I know I'm starting to sound like a guy who's smoking something.

The major factor here is, we have LOTS of time to think about it now that the june 1st date means nothing in this equation. We can hold him until the preseason, see how he does, and either trade or release him then vs. releasing him now with too little information and no returns except an empty roster spot we dont need yet.

10000 yards as a 3rd receiver? Man oh man how in the world did Breaston not make the Pro Bowl? Actually forget the Pro Bowl and open up the doors to Canton. At this pace, Breaston should pass Jerry Rice in just a couple more seasons. All this talk about the Cards losing Boldin is just nonsense. Who needs Boldin when you have a guy whose stats amount to 9 Boldin's? Ireland please get Breaston here immediately...his stats alone constitute 30 or 40 Ted Ginn's....and that's including the stats the whole Ginn family produces!

Bungle's played-out. Cut him at whatever cost.

ok njphinfan the breeding and pro bowlism was a joke seriously it wa a joke. FITZGERALD IS MY FAVORITE RECIEVER OF THIS CENTURY BAR NONE. HOWEVER THAT WAS NOT THE POINT I WAS MAKING WHEN I SAID HE CAME IN THE SAME AS GINN. IN FITZGERALD'S ROOKIE SEASON HE HAD 55-60 CATCHES(SOMEWHERE IN THAT RANGE) IN HIS SECOND YEAR HE JUST BLEW UP. WHAT I WAS TRYING TO SAY IS THAT ALL RECEIVERS STAR OUT AS ROOKIES WETHER THEY COME IN WITH AS MUCH HYPE AS FITZGERALD OR THEY COME IN WITH LITTLE HYPE LIKE LEE EVANS. THEY STILL ARE ROOKIES AND AS ROOKIES THEY NEED SOMEONE TO GUIDE THEM. WHICH IS WHERE I SAID THAT WITH ALL THESE RECIEVERS WE HAD YES DORELL IS A GOOD COACH AND MAYBE THE REASON THE RECIEVERS DIDN'T DO SO WELL WAS BECAUSE IT WAS HIS FIRST YEAR WITH THEM. HOWEVER GINN IS A "VET" EVEN THOUGH MOST DON'T CONSIDER HIM AS ONE. I DO LIKE THE FACT THAT YOU ARE BACKING UP DORELL BECAUSE I ACTUALLY DO LIKE ANYONE THAT WORKED WITH MCAFFREY OR ROD SMITH BUT I WAS JUST SAYING THAT IF HE'S NOT DOING A GOOD JOB THAN HIRE ANOTHER RECIEVERS COACH AND IF HE JUST CAN'T GET ANYTHING MORE OUT OF OUR "WONDERFUL" RECIEVERS THAN WE NEED TO GET THE MONSTER FROM UNC. HOPEFULLY I DIDN'T HURT ANY FEELINGS AND I WILL ALWAYS BACK UP MY COACHES BUT WHEN IT "SEEMS" LIKE THERE'S A F UP SOMEWHERE AS A FAN I CAN'T SHUT UP ABOUT IT. STILL THOUGH GO DOLPHINS!!!!

MATT I KNOW YOU'RE JOKING BUT BREASTON WAS ALSO A RETURNER AND IN THE PLAYOFFS ARRINGTON DIDN'T DO SUCH A GOOD JOB RETURNING SO I DON'T THINK WE CAN PICK UP BREASTON. IT WOULD BE A NICE DREAM THOUGH. WE SHOULD TRADE THE PACKERS FOR JORDY NELSON THAT BOY IS GOOOOOD.

MATT you are a retarted idiot,read about what the whole arguement was all about.It was about who wr coach karl dorrell had to work with compared to what the coach of the cardinels had to work with moron!!!Breaston had close to 1100 yds as A 3RD WR idiot,project those numbers into starter playing time and those are pro bowl TYPE numbers.by the way miami would take breaston in a minute and might be our best wr.so get a clue

Leave Mr. Bungle alone. He is part of a community of friends that have been building friendships on blogs for a long time. We need each other. My life would be sad without Mr. Bungle or ffr or Tinshaker or Walker.

nj phin fan. IT IS NOT THAT SERIOUS. WHATEVER WE SAY HERE IN ARMANDO'S BLOGS WILL NOT AFFECT WHAT OUR GREAT, WONDERFUL, MAGNIFICENT TRIFECTA WILL DO. IT WAS MY OPINION PERIOD. AND YES IT WOULD BE DUMB NOT TO TAKE BREASTON IF HE WAS GIVEN TO US. HOWEVER IF YOU THINK THAT THE "SHOULDA BEEN CHAMPS" CARDINALS IS GOING TO GIVE HIM UP THAN YOU SHOULD"GET A CLUE". ANYWAYS TALKING ABOUT WHO COACHES HAD TO WORK WITH I HAVE A QUESTION FOR YOU IF WILFORD( WHO BY THE WAY HAD A GOOD BUT NOT GREAT RUN WITH THE JAGUARS) WENT TO CARDINALS TAKING BRESTON'S SPOT DO YOU THINK IT WOULD BE THE SAME OUTCOME AS HERE WITH THE DOLPHINS? (HMMM) GO DOLPHINS!!!!!!

The dolphins have alot to do this offseason reality is the dolphins have alot more worries then wildford im so sick of these so called dolphin fans ive been a fan my whole life i bleed dolphin aqua so of you guys need to grow up and be real i like the way there goin but they have a lot to do i dont wanna be a flash in the pan i want a dynasty LETS GO DOLPHINS

SERIUSLY nj phin fan CHILL OUT. WHATEVER I SAY HERE DOES NOT COUNT TO OUR GREAT, MAGNIFICENT IDOLS WE CALL THE TRIFECTA. BREASTON WOULD BE A STEAL IF WE PICKED HIM UP BUT IF YOU THINK THE NFC CHAMPS AND COULDA BEEN NFL CHAMPS CARDINALS ARE GOING TO GIVE HIM UP THAN MAYBE YOU SHOULD GET A CLUE. NOW THINK..WOULD WILFORD HAVE DONE BETTER UNDER THE SAME COACH THAT COACHES PRO BOWLERS AND FUTURE PRO BOWLERS OR WOULD IT HAVE BEEN THE SAME AS THIS SEASON WHERE HE'S COACHED BY A COACH WHO COACHED PLAYERS LIKE TAB PERRY AND MARCEDES LEWIS? EITHER ANSWER YOU GIVE ME DOESN'T MATTER BECAUSE I'M STILL A DOLPHINS PHAN. GO DOLPHINS!!!!!!!

ALRIGHT JOSEPH CARR!!! THAT'S WHAT I'M TALKING BOUT!!! GO FINS!!!

J-p(cuban menace) your the only one that said karl dorell did a bad job and that's including writers,coaches,players and posters on this blog.also who the hell said i was saying that miami would trade for breaston.the point was arizona's wr depth is so good that breaston as their 3rd wr ,woulld be our #wr. got that CUBAN MENACE!!! i now that's you

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