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Hartline (finger) finished with three catches (on three targets) for 35 yards in Sunday's win over the Bears.

Hartline secured all three of his targets Sunday, but once again made a limited fantasy impact. In fact, Hartline has topped the 40-yard mark just once this season and also sports only one touchdown on the campaign.

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Hartline no longer a priority in the Miami offense, according to the Miami Herald.

Hartline was only targeted twice in Sunday's loss to Green Bay and seems to be an afterthought to quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Hartline is coming off back to back 1000 yard seasons but so far this year only has 16 receptions for 161 yards.

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Hartline had six catches on seven targets for 74 yards during Sunday's 38-14 win over the Raiders in London.

Hartline led the team in targets, receptions and receiving yards, though fellow starting wideout Mike Wallace and backup tight end Dion Sims caught Ryan Tannehill's touchdown passes. Hartline's 74 yards were more than double his previous season-high of 36, which he had in Week 2 against the Bills, and he remains a fairly limited fantasy option despite averaging over six targets per game.

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Hartline caught three passes (seven targets) for 25 yards with a touchdown in Sunday's loss to Kansas City.

Hartline scored the team's lone touchdown, with a one-yard grab early in the third quarter. Miami's passing game is really struggling right now, however, so it's hard to get excited about Hartline, despite the fact that he was targeted seven times and scored Sunday.

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Hartline had five receptions for 36 yards as Miami was crushed by Buffalo on Sunday 29-10.

The five receptions are nice but and seven yard average isn't anything to crow about. Hartline did have eight targets but that may have been because with the team trailing big time in the second half, quite a few pass plays were drawn up, something that won't happen every week.

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Hartline caught two passes for 26 yards in the Dolphins Week 1 win over the Patriots.

Hartline had a quiet day as the Dolphins running game stole the show with 191 yards rushing. Hartline was only targeted four times during the game as Tannehill preferred Mike Wallace and Charles Clay in this one. Hartline will look to rebound next week at Buffalo.

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Hartline caught one pass for five yards on two targets in his 2014 preseason debut Saturday against the Steelers.

Hartline and Mike Wallace are locked in as the starters, but there may be a bit more competition for targets this year. The Dolphins' depth at wide receiver is quite clearly improved, and the team signed running back Knowshon Moreno, who is more of a receiving threat than either Lamar Miller or Daniel Thomas. Of course, Miami's offensive line will likely be better than it was last season, and Ryan Tannehill may also improve. If the passing game is a bit more prolific, Hartline shouldn't be too bothered by the increased competition for targets, so long as his playing time remains steady, as expected.

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Hartline is expected to make his preseason debut Saturday, according to the Miami Herald's Armando Salguero.

Hartline is fully recovered from offseason knee surgery and could be a solid pick in fantasy leagues if quarterback Ryan Tannehill take that next step in his progression. It's a big if however.

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Brian Hartline (knee) is participating in Dolphins OTAs.

Hartline tore his PCL last Week 17, but avoided surgery and appears to already be full-go. He will remain a low-ceiling WR4/5 option in re-draft leagues.

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The Palm Beach Post's Andrew Abramson speculates WR Jarvis Landry may have been drafted as WR Brian Hartline's eventual replacement.

The Dolphins are projected to be in cap trouble after the 2014 season and could save $3.15 million against the 2015 salary cap by parting ways with the steady but unspectacular Hartline. Mike Wallace could also be a candidate for release, but he would only save Miami $2.5 million and no one else on the roster brings Wallace's deep-threat skill set to the table. Hartline could put all of this talk to bed with a solid 2014 campaign.