Leaving aside any quick referendums on Tua Tagovailoa, it’s clear the Dolphins need to add weapons around whoever the quarterback will be going forward. The second of two first-round picks in April seems easy to tab a wide receiver going to them, but Miami also has a little over $32 million in cap space right now. So the won’t have to pigeonholed onto one path to address needs.
The Dolphins used a big chunk of their 2020 cap space to bolster the defense, with notable improvement and results this year. The attention should now shift to the offense this offseason, with a new offensive coordinator coming in and with or without a significant move to replace Tagovailoa under center already.
Miami’s offseason plan is hard to tab right now, in a broad sense, with a big move or two or a bunch of more calculated, smaller moves equally possible. At least kicking the tires on Smith-Schuster should be on the radar as they mine the wide receiver market.