Jason Sanders had an All-Pro season and was rewarded for his efforts. Since being draft in 2018, Sanders has become one of the Dolphins most dependable players and you want to keep players like that. Which brings to question, who should be paid next? The team has several players hitting free agency next month. Davon Godchaux is among that group but has proved he is a reliable run stopper, even after missing all of last season. Players like Jerome Baker and Mike Gesicki, who are still on their rookie deals could also potentially see an extension at some point, as both have steadily improved each season they’ve been in the league.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
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