2018 Key Additions: Be it via free agency or trades, the Miami Dolphins have been one of the busier teams prior to the draft in recent offseason. This year was no exception as the club dealt for NFC West veterans such as defensive end Robert Quinn (Los Angeles Rams) and center Daniel Kilgore (San Francisco 49ers). They also welcomed the fifth-leading rusher in NFL history as Frank Gore returns to the Sunshine State – where he excelled with the Miami Hurricanes. And the wide-receiving corps will benefit by the additions of Albert Wilson (Kansas City Chiefs) and Danny Amendola (New England Patriots).
Offseason Review: It has been a somewhat tumultuous offseason for Adam Gase’s squad. Veterans like Ndamukong Suh, Mike Pouncey and Lawrence Timmons were cut loose and the NFL’s top pass-catcher in 2017 (Jarvis Landry) was traded to the Cleveland Browns. And there appears to be mixed opinions on whether quarterback Ryan Tannehill can return after missing 2017 and get the job done. This was a playoff team just two years ago but currently appears to have more questions than answers. It is safe to say that this is a very pivotal year for the head coach as the ‘Fins look to prove that 2016 was the rule and not the exception.