The Miami Dolphins brought in an offensive-minded head coach, Mike McDaniel, and revamped the offensive side of the ball. The biggest addition was the surprising trade to the Kansas City Chiefs for Tyreek Hill, one of the fastest players in the NFL. This addition alone will make the Dolphins an interesting team to watch this coming season. But this offense will only go as far as Tua Tagoavailoa can take them. The quarterback is entering a crucial third year with the team and hopefully proves why the team dropped him fifth overall in the 2020 NFL Draft.
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A first look at what the Miami Dolphins offense could look like in 2022 after the first wave of free agency and the draft
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The linebacker, used as a pass thrower, quarterback spy and cover at Georgia, has a chance to enter the field as a rookie for Miami.
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