Think About It: Three Reasons the Dolphins Should Draft Chad Kelly

In order to build a successful NFL franchise it is important for a team to have assets. The Patriots have been great for the last two decades because they have always been a step ahead of everyone else. Whether it was trading away a player a year before age caught up to them or signing a player a year before they maximize their talent, they strategically plan every move.

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Turbulent Tight End: How Julius Thomas Could Impact the Dolphins Offense

The Dolphins spent the later part of last week engaged in a strange tango, tangled in reports of players being cut, potential trades, and later a retraction of that player’s release. However, the team’s decisions have now come into focus. Many were blindsided by reports that the Dolphins planned on cutting Branden Albert, who was the team’s starting LT in

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Secondary Solution: Scouting Free Agent Cornerback Darius Butler as a Fit for Miami

Due to mounting injuries amongst the starting four in the Miami Dolphins’ secondary, the unit never materialized into the “Legion of Boom” that Byron Maxwell believes to be possible. As it stands currently, the secondary will again feature Reshad Jones, Isa Abdul-Quddus, Byron Maxwell, and Xavien Howard. Reshad Jones is a transcendent talent (if healthy), Byron Maxwell was excellent after

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Investing Up Front: Why the Dolphins’ Offseason Priority Should Be the Offensive Line

Upon initial review, most would believe that the Dolphins’ offensive line was a huge reason for the team’s success in 2016. In a playoff hunt that would see three 200-yard games from Jay Ajayi and improved performance from Ryan Tannehill, it would be logical to expect that the group up front would take a huge step forward. While it’s true

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