National Football League
                 === Hartline, Moore re-sign with Dolphins ===
 Davie,  FL (Sports  Network) - The Miami Dolphins have re-signed wide receiver
 Brian Hartline and quarterback Matt Moore.
 Terms  were  not disclosed by  the team Friday,  but various reports this week
 indicated  Hartline  agreed to a  five-year deal  worth nearly $31 million and
 Moore  a  two-year  pact worth  $8  million  to  continue  as backup  to  Ryan
 "I am excited that we have been able to reach an agreement with both Brian and
 Matt  to  keep them as  members of the  Miami Dolphins," said Dolphins general
 manager  Jeff Ireland  on  Friday.  "Brian is  an  ascending  player that  has
 steadily  improved  over his first four  years with the organization. Matt has
 been  a valuable contributor to the Dolphins ever since he arrived two seasons
 ago.  We are  happy we were able to  resign him, and we think he combines with
 Ryan   Tannehill   and  Pat  Devlin  to   give  us  an  outstanding  group  of
 Hartline  had 74  catches for 1,083 yards  and a touchdown last season. He set
 Miami's  single-game  receiving yards record  a year  ago with 253 against the
 Arizona Cardinals.
 The four-year veteran from Ohio State has posted career totals of 183 catches,
 2,743 yards and six scores, all with Miami.
 Moore  was thought to  be the front-runner for the starting role at the outset
 of  the 2012 season, but lost a training camp battle to Tannehill. He appeared
 in  two games  last year, throwing for  131 yards with a touchdown on 11-of-19
 The  six-year  veteran finished the 2011  season as Miami's starter after Chad
 Henne  was injured and  helped the Dolphins to a 6-6 mark in his 12 starts. He
 spent his first four NFL seasons with Carolina.
 03/08 12:34:48 ET