The player rep for free agent Brian Hartline said the deal with the Dolphins isn't done quite yet.
The Dolphins' contract with free agent Brian Hartline is expected to pay him "just under" $7 million a year.
A source tells FOX Sports that the Dolphins are close to finalizing a contract with free agent WR Brian Hartline.
The Miami Herald reports free agent Brian Hartline wants to remain in Miami, and that "both sides" believe a deal can be reached before the start of free agency.
The Miami Herald suggests free agent Brian Hartline would be willing to accept a three-year deal averaging $6 million annually, or "maybe less."
The player rep for free agent WR Brian Hartline said that contract talks with the Dolphins haven't begun in earnest yet.
A source tells the Miami Herald that the Dolphins have had "extensive discussions" with free agent WR Brian Hartline.
As of last week, the Dolphins were making "no significant progress" in contract talks with free agent Brian Hartline.
The Miami Herald said in December that impending free agent Brian Hartline is likely seeking Laurent Robinson money.
DetroitLions.com mentions Brian Hartline as someone who could be a target of the team in free agency.
A "friend" tells the Miami Herald free agent Brian Hartline hopes to earn an annual $6 million with his new contract.
Free agent Brian Hartline is expected to seek a contract paying him $5-6 million annually this offseason.
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross told the Miami Herald that he "knows" the Fins must add playmakers on offense this offseason.
Impending free agent Brian Hartline said after Sunday's regular season finale loss to New England that he wants to return to the Dolphins in 2013.