The Dolphins are interested in adding a featured back to their running back room. But the question is when should they pull the trigger on drafting one? All eyes are on that #18 pick where the team could just select someone like Najee Harris. Or perhaps they could just wait to take one with that early second round pick at #36. The Dolphins do need to add a top running back to their roster and they should definitely use one of the picks in the top 50.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Dolphins' 2021 NFL draft options at RB: Najee Harris at No. 18 or wait? - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
Miami has many draft decisions to make, and perhaps an ESPN poll of nine football analysts who have studied this year's running back class can assist.
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Hurricanes' Jaelan Phillips could be answer to Dolphins' pass-rush needs
Injuries once led Jaelan Phillips to give up football. He transferred to Miami, ‘never lost my passion' and is likely to be an NFL first-round draft pick.
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