Grading the Miami Dolphins off-season moves ahead of the draft
By Pablo Rosero
Adding Will Fuller is the team’s biggest splash to this point
Since the season ended there have been two major questions: who will Miami draft with the third overall pick and how will the team help out Tua Tagovailoa. The team’s major splash in the offseason was adding former Houston Texan Will Fuller.
Fuller has struggled to stay healthy in his career, and when he did in 2020 he was suspended for the use of an illegal substance. However, Fuller had his best statistical season in 2020 as the main weapon for the Texans.
Signing Fuller to a one-year deal is a great step in the right direction for the Dolphins, but he will miss the first game of the season due to his suspension. The speedy wideout should open the field for the rest of the Dolphins wideouts and hopefully give Tagovailoa an elite number one wideout. It also only ties Fuller for one season if he struggles, but opens the door to a lengthy extension if he flourishes.
As for bringing back Mack Hollins, getting back Albert Wilson and Allen Hurns, and signing Robert Foster and Kai Locksley, the team will have quite the competition during training camp for the remaining wideout spots.
Albert Wilson and Allen Hurns expected to return to Miami Dolphins
The Miami Dolphins are in dire need of help at the wideout position, and it is possible it comes in the form of Albert Wilson and Allen Hurns.
It will be interesting to see how the wideout group shapes out, especially if the team drafts one, but Tagovailoa and the Phins should be getting a new look offense in his second season.
Will Fuller Grade: A
Mack Hollins Kai Locksley Robert Foster Grade: B-