It’s free agency week for the NFL, meaning we’ll have plenty to talk about this week as the Miami Dolphins makes some roster moves. Before the weekend began, the Dolphins restructured some contracts to create plenty of cap space so they can do some spending this week. Since the season ended, backup quarterback has been a big area of discussion surrounding this team. Starting quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has yet to play a full season due to injuries so the team has to find a capable backup to win with when and if Tua cannot play on gameday. One name that seems to be in connection with the Dolphins is Philadelphia Eagles backup, Gardner Minshew.
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An update on the Dolphins and backup quarterback. And notes on draft picks, Tindall, more
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Dolphins Tight Ends
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The Miami Dolphins are expected to lose Mike Gesicki in free agency and they could look to replace him with one of the veterans on the market
Dolphins Defensive Line
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When sizing up the Dolphins' situation on the defensive line, you have to start with Christian Wilkins. Just don't forget Zach Sieler.
Miami Dolphins 2023: What's next at cornerback?
The Dolphins will hope veteran Xavien Howard bounces back after an injury-marred season. But who can they sign or draft to play opposite him?
Phinsider News You May Have Missed
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