WR Hartline reaches deal to remain with Dolphins
MIAMI -- Coming off his best season, Brian Hartline decided to stay put.
The veteran receiver signed a five-year deal Friday for nearly $31 million to remain with the Miami Dolphins, his agent said. The contract includes $12.5 million guaranteed.
"I'm happy; I think they're happy," Hartline said. "That's probably the good sign of a good deal."
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