The Miami Dolphins have plenty of decisions to make between now and September. The running back position will be an interesting one to watch. The Dolphins two starters, Raheem Mostert and Jeff Wilson, are both free agents and their backups, Salvon Ahmed and Myles Gaskin, are free agents. So when free agency hits, the Dolphins will have no running backs under contract. The likely scenario is that Mostert and Wilson will re-sign on some team friendly deals so they can shore up other positions of need. There’s always a chance the Dolphins swing big for someone like Josh Jacobs, but that doesn’t seem likely with their cap situation.
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Mostert? Wilson? Dolphins have key decisions to make at running back - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
Raheem Mostert and Jeff Wilson Jr. flashed potential for Miami this season, but there will be some free agents worth considering.
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