The Miami Dolphins have a new coach in Mike McDaniel but have the same offensive issues as last offseason. Last year, the Dolphins needed to add some weapons around Tua Tagovailoa and find some upgrades on the offensive line. The team found a playmaker in Jaylen Waddle, but that was about it. The Will Fuller signing was a huge flop and not drafting one of the top running backs also hurt. There was hope that the young guys on the offensive line could make a big jump heading into their second year but we all know how this turned out. The Dolphins enter the offseason with the most cap space available, so hopefully they find ways to spend that money well and upgrade this team that has barely missed the post season the past two years.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Miami Dolphins NFL offseason preview: Will they buy playmakers to help Tua Tagovailoa? - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
Miami has more than $60 million in salary-cap space and glaring needs at offensive tackle and receiver, making it a team to watch in free agency.
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