This offseason is very active and the Miami Dolphins will follow one of the most important rebuilding phases this week.
In the first round of the auction, the Dolphins will have the opportunity to reach two players. If we believe the general manager Chris Grier (Chris Grier), we can be sure that they will become football players that are constantly evolving offensively, because he wants to use the young quarterback Tua Tagvailo Asia (Tua Tagovailoa) is the foundation to build the future of his team.
The CEO said in an interview with the “Sun-Sentinel” daily: “When deciding where to choose a location, you always have to look at your team, and Tua is an important part of it.”
“As we build a team around him, it is important to know what our quarterback is best at. It is important to think about the best players available on our team.”
With this in mind, Greer did not hesitate to choose the third overall pick in the 2021 auction.
Considering that this is a popular draft for quarterbacks and has already occupied this position, the Dolphins took this opportunity to win three first-round picks from the San Francisco 49ers (2021, 2022, and 2023). Then, Miami sent the Niners’ 12th overall pick and the first round pick in 2022 to the Philadelphia Eagles for the sixth round of speeches in 2021.
The Dolphins also maintained the 18th overall pick in the first round. Therefore, with these draft picks, it is not surprising to see the Florida team set their sights on a wide range of receivers and offensive wingers.
When it comes to catchers, the Dolphins can be spoiled in the first round of speeches. Two names stand out, Ja’Marr Chase and DeVonta Smith.
The former has an unheard of talent, while the latter is the best college player of 2020 and a former teammate of the Tahoevaloya team.
“For us, it’s just to find the right players, the right people for our team, and the individuals who can work closely with our quarterbacks,” Greer said, but didn’t reveal much about his game.
As for the offensive winger, you should spoil the Dolphins in the 18th option.
In addition, the Florida club also found a way to release $8 million in wages on Tuesday.