The Miami Dolphins are blessed to have two of the best wide receivers in the league in Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. While Waddle dealt with some injuries this past season, the duo were still a productive pairing. But behind those two, no one really stepped up to take the help take the load off. It appeared Erik Ezukanma was creating a role for himself in this offense but his season was cut short after week two with a neck injury, that thankfully isn’t career-threatening for the young receiver. Besides Hill, Waddle, and Ezukanma, the rest of the receivers are set to hit free agency. Finding some depth pieces will be a priority for this team this offseason.
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