The Miami Dolphins have a tough decision to make regarding the future of wide receiver Jarvis Landry, who is expected to hit free agency and is expecting to be paid handsomely.

Both the Dolphins and Landry are talking, but seem to be on opposite sides of the fence regarding just how much Landry’s next contract will be.

According to Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun, the Dolphins discussed trading the All-Pro wideout last offseason to the Baltimore Ravens.

According to the report Miami’s asking price was “prohibitive” and the deal did not come to fruition.

The Ravens’ interest in Landry makes sense , so, if he were to hit free agency it’s likely that Baltimore will be one of the team’s interested in bringing Landry into the fold.

It’s still unclear what direction the Dolphins will go with Landry as there are concerns over his behavior, coachability and his contract demands.

Landry is “believed” to be seeking an extension in the range of the four-year, $58 million deal given to Green Bay Packers receiver Davante Adams, according to Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson.