Myles Gaskin met with the media on Monday and was asked about all the rumors about the running back situation. Many believed that the Dolphins would select one of the draft’s top running backs but the team didn’t draft one until the seventh round. This is great news for Gaskin as he likely enters the offseason as RB1. But the third year pro wasn’t worried about adding a top tier running back because as he put it, ‘above my pay grade’ and would have supported whoever the team decided to add to the running back room.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Myles Gaskin on who will be Dolphins' starting RB in 2021: 'Above my pay grade'
Miami didn't draft or sign a running back this offseason who will take over the starting role in the backfield. The lack of a big-time move at the position puts Myles Gaskin in line for the starting gig.
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