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The Dolphins made one of the big splashes of the offseason, swinging a trade for 3-time All-Pro WR Tyreek Hill. Only Davante Adams and DeAndre Hopkins have racked up more receiving yards than Hill over the past 5 seasons. He joins Jaylen Waddle to give Miami the fastest WR duo in the NFL. Both guys are nice fits in new HC Mike McDaniel’s offense, which will look to get the ball in playmakers’ hands for run-after-catch opportunities. Former Cowboy Cedrick Wilson got a 3-year, $22 million deal from the Fins and figures to be the #3 WR after DeVante Parker was dealt to New England.
Miami also re-shaped its backfield, adding RBs Chase Edmonds, Raheem Mostert and Sony Michel. Edmonds set career highs last year with 116 carries and 592 rushing yards. He’s more adept in the passing game, totaling 96 catches for 713 yards over the past 2 seasons. Mostert spent the past 5 years with McDaniel in San Francisco, so he’s familiar with the scheme. But Mostert is 30 years old now and has been limited by injuries to just 9 games over the last 2 seasons. Michel, a 1st-round pick of the Patriots back in 2018, has topped 200 carries and 800 rushing yards in 3 of his 4 NFL seasons.
After trotting out one of the league’s worst offensive lines last year, the Dolphins made some moves to bolster that unit. The big addition was LT Terron Armstead on a 5-year, $75 million deal. Armstead played just 8 games for the Saints last season but earned Pro Bowl honors in each of the previous 3 years. Miami also added G Connor Williams, who made 51 starts for the Cowboys over the last 4 seasons.
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