Myles Gaskin is the Dolphins leading running back heading in training camp. He had a pretty solid 2020 season but a lot of people doubt his ability as a RB1. The Dolphins were rumored to be interested in the top running backs in the draft, but came away with none of them. Behind Gaskin, the Dolphins have Malcolm Brown, Salvon Ahmed, Patrick Laird, Jordan Scarlett, and Gerrid Doaks.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
After not making an offseason splash, do Dolphins have enough at running back? | Countdown to camp
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Solomon Kindley, a second-year lineman who knows about the dangers of water, is helping provide a free swim program for roughly 500 Miami-area kids.
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