Amari Cooper is currently under contract with the Dallas Cowboys, but reports are stating that the wide receiver could be on the move via trade or just released from the team. Cooper is a #1 receiver in any offense and any team would love to have that talent on their squad. The Miami Dolphins are in need of another receiver to pair with Jaylen Waddle as the rest of the squad has too many question marks. So yes, the Dolphins should definitely be interested if Cooper becomes available.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
The Amari Cooper Connections: Miami Dolphins a Logical Fit if Dallas Indeed Releases Star WR - Sports Illustrated Miami Dolphins News, Analysis and More
The Dallas Cowboys reportedly are set to release four-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Amari Cooper, who played his high school football in Miami and would fill a big need for the Dolphins
Dolphins Special Teams
The Case for the Miami Dolphins Drafting Matt Araiza (Or Any Punter) - Sports Illustrated Miami Dolphins News, Analysis and More
The Miami Dolphins have not selected a punter in the draft since 2007 but the time might have come to do it again
NFL Scouting Combine
Five takeaways from the Dolphins at the 2022 NFL scouting combine | Miami Herald
Dolphins’ decision-makers got a more thorough evaluation of draft prospects and shed light on the state of the franchise at the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis.
Thursday NFL Scouting Combine Recap
The offensive line and running backs took center stage as they met with the media Thursday, including some detail on new OL Coach Matt Applebaum
Defensive Line and Linebacker Podiums Scouting Combine Recap
Flipping it over to the defense, we hear from the defensive line and linebackers from the 2022 NFL Draft class
Phinsider News You May Have Missed
Miami Dolphins News 3/5/22: Dolphins Options At Running Back - The Phinsider
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