Free agency is a little over a month away and the Miami Dolphins have plenty of decisions to make between then and now. The team has plenty of upcoming free agents they need to take care of and they need to clear out some cap space. Mike Gesicki is set to become a free agent after playing the year on the franchise tag. The move was questioned at the time because Gesicki’s skill set did not match what Mike McDaniel was asking for tight ends to do on this offense. Gesicki was a good sport about his limited playing time and should have no trouble finding a new home and opportunity next month.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Teddy Bridgewater, Raheem Mostert among Dolphins' in-house decisions - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
The Dolphins are projected to be $12 million over the cap with key decisions to make before free agency begins.
Dolphins Defensive Line
DE Bradley Chubb’s broken hand ‘all good’ as he aims to improve on ‘decent’ debut with Dolphins
Feeling more healthy in February than he has in years, Dolphins defensive end Bradley Chubb said this week that he's looking forward to improving upon his self-described 'decent' debut season with Miami.
Phinsider News You May Have Missed
Miami Dolphins News 2/4/23: Vic Fangio will be Dolphins best offseason addition - The Phinsider
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ESPN E:60 to present “The Perfect Machine,” a detailed look back at the ‘72 Miami Dolphins undefeated season - The Phinsider
The documentary premieres on Sunday.
Who do the Phinsider faithful want to back up Tua Tagovailoa in 2023? - The Phinsider
Earlier in the week I asked the question, who do you want to see backing up Tua Tagovailoa in 2023? There’s a long list of decent backup-level quarterback that is set to hit free agency. Some will...