The one trait that Brian Flores really values is versatility and if we take a look at all the new signings, you can see that most of these players can play multiple positions. The Dolphins signed Ted Karras to play center but can also slide in to play guard. Kyle Van Noy is the wildcard as he has no set position and just considers himself a football player and should thrive under Flores again.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Miami Dolphins signed free agents with versatility | Miami Herald
The Dolphins failed to convince some players, most notably Minkah Fitzpatrick, to buy into coach Brian Flores’ demand for versatility. They signed free agents who are willing to be versatile.
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