Will Fuller was the Dolphins biggest splash signing when free agency kicked off. So what does he bring to the team? SPEED. The Dolphins didn’t have a lot of speed on offense last season as Albert Wilson opted out and Jakeem Grant was a tad inconsistent. The offense needed to get faster this offseason and they did just that by adding Fuller to the wide receiver room. The team probably isn’t going to stop there as many believe they’ll be targeting the top pass catchers in this years draft.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Why Will Fuller will open up Miami Dolphins' offense for Tua Tagovailoa - Miami Dolphins- ESPN
Miami had one of the NFL's slowest offenses in 2020 and it lacked deep-ball production. The Dolphins' new wide receiver is about to change all that.
Dolphins Defensive Line
Dolphins signing John Jenkins - ProFootballTalk
Defensive tackle John Jenkins is headed back to the Dolphins.
Dolphins seven-round 2021 NFL mock draft: Miami lands Tua Tagovailoa a familiar weapon in Jaylen Waddle - CBSSports.com
Can Brian Flores and the Dolphins get the proper weapons for Tua Tagovailoa?
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2021 NFL Free Agents: Miami Dolphins signing John Jenkins - The Phinsider
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