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The Splash Zone 3/11/22: Can Dolphins Special Teams Rebound In 2022?

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Heading into the 2021 season, the Miami Dolphins had one of the best special teams units led by kicker Jason Sanders coming off an All-Pro season. The unit as a whole took a step back last year though as Sanders couldn’t replicate his success from 2021. The team brought in Michael Palardy on a one year deal but had an up and down season. Palardy would be a cheap option if the Dolphins want to go that route. The return game was also a tad lackluster as Jaylen Waddle and Jevon Holland shared duties but they did avoid making mistakes when it was their turn. There should be a priority on finding a return specialist, with names like Cordarrelle Patterson and Braxton Berrios available through free agency.

You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.

Position review of Miami Dolphins’ special teams | Miami Herald
In the 11th and last of a series of position reviews, the Miami Herald will examine the Dolphins’ special teams situation.


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