The Miami Dolphins have wrapped up organized team activities and voluntary minicamp, so fans are looking forward to training camp. The Dolphins rookies report to training camp on July 19th and veterans report on July 26. There were many changes throughout Miami’s organization this offseason as the Mike McDaniel era has begun. Majority positions are solidified while there will be an open competition for a few.
Quarterback – Tua Tagovailoa
Running Back – Chase Edmonds
Wide Receivers- Tyreek Hill, Jaylen Waddle, and Cedrick Wilson Jr.
Tight End – Mike Gesicki
Tackles – Terron Armstead and Liam Eichenberg
Guards – Robert Hunt and Connor Williams
Center – Michael Deiter
There is excitement in Miami for the NFL season to begin as the Dolphins acquired arguably the most electrifying athlete in football in Tyreek Hill. Hill is known for making big plays down the field with Kansas City for his entire career. Hill, Jaylen Waddle, and Cedrick Wilson Jr. are locked in as starters at the wide receiver position. Tight end Mike Gesicki is on the verge of being a top 10 player at his position, so expect him to take another step forward next season. Chase Edmonds and Raheem Mostert will more than likely split carries at the running back position. Mostert’s speed and big play ability will keep him on the field. Tua Tagovailoa is a lock for the quarterback position, but if he’s struggling don’t be surprised to see Teddy Bridgewater quickly inserted. The Dolphins added star power to their offensive line as it struggled at times last season. It all starts with All-Pro left tackle Terron Armstead who was signed to a five-year $87.5 million contract during free agency. Also, the Dolphins added Connor Williams this off-season to upgrade their offensive line. Head coach Mike McDaniel is marketed as an offensive genius, so it will be interesting to see the success he can have in Miami.