The Dolphins made it a point to upgrade their running back room this offseason with the additions of Jordan Howard and Matt Breida. The team traded for Breida during the draft, where many thought the team would just draft a rookie to pair with Howard. We can look at a former Dolphin as a comparison to what Breida brings to Miami. The Dolphins had a play making back with break away speed with Kenyan Drake, but things fell through with him and the coaching staff.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Matt Breida has chart-topping speed. Now Miami Dolphins’ OL must allow him to use it. - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FL
Matt Breida was the fastest in the NFL last year with the ball in his hands (yes, faster than Tyreek Hill). It wasn’t a fluke.
Former Running Back Jim Kiick Dies At 73
Former Dolphins running back Jim Kiick, a member of the team’s championship backfield from the early 1970s, passed away today at the age of 73.
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Miami Dolphins announced passing of running back Jim Kiick - The Phinsider
The Miami Dolphins announced Saturday night the passing of Jim Kiick. He was 73.
Kiick joined the Dolphins as a fifth-round pick in the 1968 AFL Draft. He played for Miami from 1968 through 1974....