TE: CJ Uzomah
At the time of writing, it is unclear whether or not CJ Uzomah will play in the Super Bowl. The Bengal’s tight end suffered an MCL sprain in the AFC Championship Game, but that shouldn’t deter possible suitors this coming off season. Uzomah had his best season as a pro in 2021, putting up career highs in both receiving yards (493) and touchdowns (5). He caught 77.8 percent of the balls that were thrown his way, the highest mark on the team for any tight end or wide receiver.
Will the Dolphins have an open spot to fill at tight end? Both Mike Gesicki and Durham Smythe are free agents, and there are even more players under contract at the position. But given the unknowns about Hunter Long and the futures of the two free-agents-to-be, Miami could be in the market for a run-blocking, pass catching tight end. Even if the team does re-sign one of Smythe or Gesicki, an Uzomah signing could provide solid depth as well as give the team the possibility of two tight end offensive packages.
OL: Brandon Scherff
The Miami Dolphins will more money to spend than just about any other team this off season, and the consensus is that they should throw their cash at established, veteran offensive linemen. One of the most obvious free agent options will be Washington Commanders guard Brandon Scherff. The seven-year veteran is one of the premiere offensive linemen in the league, and would make an immediate positive impact on a Dolphins offensive line that was historically bad last season.