Free agency begins next week and franchise tags have been handed out. The Dolphins have several needs and could look to fill a couple of them with some free agents. Kenny Golladay is supposedly on the Dolphins radar and would make a fine addition to the wide receiver room. The team also has some interest in Aaron Jones as the team just hasn’t had a good running game in years. Maybe the team could hurt the Bills by signing away Matt Milano to add to the defensive side of the ball.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
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