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Miami Dolphins Tuesday Night Random Live Thread | 3/8

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Today has been a wild day in the world of football, and I know everyone has a lot to say regarding today’s trades, tags, and signings. So, with James unable to get to a computer and Kevin enjoying a movie (I hope it’s Batman), I thought I’d come on here and post tonight’s live thread.

However, tonight I don’t have just one question to ask the Phinsider faithful.

No. Tonight, I have two questions to ask all of you.

First, what would you do with defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah after the Tennessee Titans extended Harold Landry for five years, $87.5 million ($17.5M) with $52.5M guaranteed? Would you give Emmanuel Ogbah a similar deal in that ballpark?

I think I would, but again, #ItAin’tMyMoney.

And lastly, why shouldn’t the Dolphins sign recently cut linebacker Bobby Wagner? He has been one of the best middle linebackers in football, and Miami certainly has a void in the middle of their defense.

Should the Dolphins make him an offer he can’t refuse? Let us know in the comments section below!

Now, here are the rules:

As this is a nightly post (when there is not a live game thread or the Phinsider Question Of The Day Post) feel free to not only discuss the question/topic of the day if there happens to be one but to also use this as a live thread where the rules are pretty wide open, and you can discuss nearly anything so long as you continue to follow the site rules. Also, we obviously encourage group discussions of our Miami Dolphins and the goings-on with the team from day to day. Speaking of site rules the three rules that come with a zero-tolerance policy are that we do not allow ANY personal attacks against your fellow ‘Phins fan or even a troll from another site. Flag it and walk away! There is no reason to get yourself a warning or temporary banning due to someone else’s lack of proper demeanor. Beyond that, there is no discussion or even references to anything remotely religious or political.