Miami Dolphins: 3 players who could improve statistically in 2022

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The Miami Dolphins could improve as a team in 2022, but which players will improve individually and statistically during the upcoming season?

As we gear up for training camp ahead of the 2022 NFL season, there are plenty of reasons to be excited about the Miami Dolphins. A franchise stuck in mediocrity for the better part of the last two decades, there is finally hope in South Florida.

The team underwent some major changes during the off-season, both in their roster shuffling and their regime shift on the coaching front. Hopes are high, and on paper, the franchise looks to be headed in the right direction.

The presence of newcomers like Tyreek Hill and Terron Armstead should be felt almost immediately, but there are players who will be coming back and will be looking to continue their upward trajectory.

Specifically, on the defensive side of the ball, the Dolphins were able to retain most of the players who made a positive impact last year. There were guys who made some serious contributions during the team’s seven-game winning streak that nearly salvaged the season, and they have been rewarded by being brought back to the team. They’ll be under the tutelage of a new coaching staff, but the fan base should be familiar with their skill sets.

Which of these players could see a spike in their production? Here are three players for the Miami Dolphins who could improve statistically during the 2022 season: