The Dolphins should be adding a new running back to the roster this offseason whether that be through free agency or the draft. Najee Harris is a fan favorite to take with the #18 pick and you know what, Tua Tagovailoa wouldn’t mind having his former Alabama teammate on his team again. Myles Gaskin made the most of opportunity last year and will be a good #2 back to have, but this Dolphins offense needs a physical back for a running game that has struggled for the past two seasons.
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2021 NFL Draft: Tua Tagovailoa hopes Dolphins draft star Alabama RB Najee Harris - CBSSports.com
2021 NFL Draft notes: Dolphins' Tua Tagovailoa wants team to draft star Bama RB Najee Harris
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