The Miami Dolphins trade Pick 18 to the Pittsburgh Steelers for Picks 24 and 56.
I know, another trade back, what am I thinking? I am thinking that the Dolphins have a unique opportunity to change the entire landscape of their franchise and by trading back, not once, but twice in the first round; they will be able to transform their entire roster for the present and the future.
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After they trade back again here, they take another weapon for Tagovailoa. Some Dolphins fans may be against taking two receivers in the 1st round, but the fact of the matter is the Dolphins would be foolish not to; especially if former Florida Gators star wide receiver Kadarius Toney is there. I was lucky enough to cover Toney for Sports Illustrated and got to witness him do some special things on a football field.
He will never be a No. 1 receiver in the NFL, but he brings flashes of greatness to the football field in several ways. Whoever is the next Dolphins OC, this person would be able to get creative and keep defenses on their toes with Toney. He can move all over the field and almost replicate what Tyreek Hill does for the Kansas City Chiefs. Also, by adding Smith, a legitimate No. 1 receiver, and Toney, a Swiss army knife weapon with their first two picks; the Dolphins will have one of the hardest offenses to defend in the NFL.