Entering the market, the Miami Dolphins needed to make changes to their WR unit. Many thought DeVante Parker could be traded.
Does Cedric Wilson make Miami’s WR group stronger? He doesn’t make it weaker. Miami spent money on Wilson, Trent Sherfield, and even brought back Preston Williams on a one-year non-guaranteed contract. They were content to let Mack Hollins walk and Will Fuller and Albert Wilson don’t appear to be options to come back.
This leaves a need and the Dolphins could look to the draft, but entering the free agency period, many believed Miami would be in the market for a top WR veteran. Miami currently has a decent size WR room but there is room for more and it is likely needed. The question is are the huge contracts given to DeVante Adams and Christian Kirk derailing the market that last year was rather soft?
Julio Jones, Jarvis Landry, Jamison Crowder, JuJu Smith-Schuster, and Zach Pascal lead the current list of available WRs but the list is quite long and there are several players that could make the Dolphins roster. Sadly, aside from maybe a 32 year old slot receiver like Cole Beasley, there isn’t much that would truly shake up the roster. Miami could very well turn to the draft for a legit number one receiver because frankly, they don’t have one on the roster.