Salguero mentions that both players figure to be a part of the Dolphins’ offseason plan, but Wallace is most likely their top priority, with Jennings as more of a “fallback” option.
Salguero points out that the Dolphins have had a tough time in recent years luring high-profile free agents to Miami and expects Wallace to be targeting $11-$12 million annually in his next contract.
Peter King mentioned earlier in the day that Jennings could be disappointed by the offers he’ll receive on the open market, while Wallace may have to accept a deal that pays him $7 million per year.
Wallace looks like the better fit, but there’s also a good chance that more teams will be involved in the bidding for his services, which could leave Jennings as the better bargain.
We have Wallace and Jennings listed as the No. 6 and No. 10 best available players in our Top 50 Free Agents list.