The Miami Dolphins should pursue Antonio Brown.
I feel like I have written about this concept so much this offseason, but it really is something I feel strongly about. The Miami Dolphins have one of the best structures in the NFL. It is exactly why I believed a trade for troubled offensive tackle Isaiah Wilson made sense, and it is precisely why the Dolphins made the trade.
They “Trust the Flocess” in Miami, and head coach Brian Flores demands and has earned his players’ respect. That is why I am really warming up to the idea that Miami should pursue wide receiver, Antonio Brown.
Brown and the Buccaneers are reportedly not close on a contract, and NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo also added that some other teams have spoken to him. My guess is Miami is one of those teams because Brown would be a perfect fit for what the Dolphins have been creating. A combination of Will Fuller, DeVante Parker, and Brown is an excellent thought. Miami would have it all at receiver, and that is before the 2021 NFL Draft too.
I would give Brown a 1-year $6-$8 million deal with incentives. I think Brown showed in Tampa Bay last year that he still has some juice and can still make plays. The Buccaneers are loaded with talent, and Brown played a tremendous complementary role. Miami is not as stacked as the Buccaneers at receiver, but Brown would still be a great complimentary piece in Miami.
And, if Miami would play him in the slot, Brown could end up becoming Miami’s No. 1 receiver in 2021. Tua Tagovailoa would have a security blanket he could trust on every single play, so pursuing Brown makes a ton of sense in my eyes.