The Super Bowl is in less than a week, which means the 30 teams not in the Super Bowl are trying to find ways to make sure they’re getting there next season. One of those teams is the Miami Dolphins who are trying to move as far away from their 2013 campaign as possible.
One of the ways that the team could help improve their roster is by adding some talent in free agency. The Miami Herald suggests that new GM Dennis Hickey’s previous relationship with running back LeGarrette Blount, combined with the his recent success, could lead the Dolphins to pursue him this offseason.
After Tennessee signed and later cut undrafted running back LeGarrette Blountin 2010, Hickey suggested pouncing on him, which Tampa did. He ran for 1007 yards on 5.0 per carry in 2010 and had three solid years before Tampa traded him to New England in 2013. It wouldn’t be surprising if Miami pursues him in free agency this spring.
The New England Patriots want to bring Blount back, and they will especially want to if it means the Miami Dolphins don’t end up with him on their roster in 2014.