If everyone goes as planned, the Miami Dolphins will be running it back with the same five starters from last season. Austin Jackson may have only appeared in two games due to injuries, but he was a starter when he did play. The hope was that he and Liam Eichenberg would take a step forward, but that did not happen. They remained the weakest links on the Dolphins o-line. The Dolphins did bring in some newcomers, but who knows if any of them will be starter quality.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
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