"OT Eugene Monroe will be the Dolphins’ primary target if he reaches free agency, says the Miami Herald’s Armando Salguero. ”Monroe is good but not yet elite. So paying him $11.5 million to $12 million per season suggests overpaying. That’s elite tackle money. … So if the Dolphins can get Monroe for somewhere between $9 million to $11 million per season, they should be pleased.” "
we don't have that kind of money...he won't be here.
We didnt exactly offer tolbert the most money either, but he wanted to play for a winner.
It comes down to does Monroe want to become Bradys b*tch on a terrible team whose locker room is the most scrutinized place on the planet or for a team that cant offer him as much $$$$ but can offer him a chance to play on a very good team.