Deepest positions for the Miami Dolphins: Defensive Line
There are other units on the team that receive a lot of praise, which makes the Dolphins’ defensive line one of the most underrated parts of the roster.
There isn’t really a player who sticks out as an all-pro or perennial Pro Bowler. But there is no weak point between the (presumed) starting three of Emmanuel Ogbah, Christian Wilkins, and Raekwon Davis, and their backups are fully capable as well.
Zach Sieler has a case for being one of the most overlooked defenders in the AFC East, as he finished with more tackles than any defensive lineman aside from Wilkins in 2022. Adam Butler and John Jenkins have proved that they can be part-time contributors in their somewhat limited snaps. Jordan Williams, Ben Stille, and Owen Carney Jr. will all be looking to make their presence felt in camp.
Those six figure to make the active roster, while a handful of undrafted free agents, as well as Benito Jones, will look to prove their worth during camp. Whatever the final product is for the defensive line, it figures to be not only one of the deepest on the team but likely one of the most reliable as well.