2024 NFL Offseason: Miami Dolphins


Miami Dolphins (Last Year: 11-6)



Season Summary:
The Dolphins appeared to be the best team in the NFL at one point last year, as both Tua Tagovailoa and Tyreek Hill garnered plenty of MVP discussion. That quickly went away, as Miami limped to the finish line as a result of numerous injuries.






Offseason Moves:







  • Team Needs:
    1. Three Interior Offensive Linemen: Upgrading Tua Tagovailoa’s pass protection is crucial. Guard was already a need, but Connor Williams and Robert Hunt being impending free agents complicates matters. Signed Aaron Brewer

    2. Two Linebackers: Only one linebacker will be needed if Jerome Baker is retained. This area was a big weakness when Baker got hurt last year. Signed Jordyn Brooks and Anthony Walker

    3. Two Defensive Tackles: Make it one defensive tackle if Christian Wilkins is re-signed. Miami needs to get better in the interior of the defensive line. Signed Benito Jones and Neville Gallimore

    4. Offensive Tackle: An offensive tackle who could compete with Austin Jackson or serve behind the oft-injured Terron Armstead would be a nice addition.

    5. Tight End: Miami hasn’t had much production from its tight ends in several years. Signed Jonnu Smith

    6. Wide Receiver: The Dolphins could stand to add a better third receiver for when Tyreek Hill or Jaylen Waddle gets injured.

    7. Safety: DeShon Elliott is another important free agent who has to be re-signed or replaced. Signed Jordan Poyer

    8. Punter: Miami had one of the worst punters in the NFL last year.




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    2024 NFL Free Agent Signings:





    Miami Dolphins Free Agents:

    Salary Cap: TBA.





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