The Dolphins are likely headed towards a developmental season in 2019. This offseason won’t have many, if any, flashy signings. It’s all about the future.
According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, owner Stephen Ross really, really likes Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa and getting a high 2020 draft pick is a priority. The Dolphins also like Oregon’s Justin Herbert.
If Miami doesn’t emerge from the 2020 draft with either of those QBs, it will be considered a disappointment.
The goal entering the 2019 offseason is to begin to rebuild the offensive line and defensive front seven with young, developmental players who haven’t reached their prime.
The thinking now is a team of young developmental veterans, players on their first or second contracts, and some returning veterans mixed in.
The Dolphins are set to officially hire Patriots LB coach/DC Brian Flores as their HC after the Super Bowl. According to an ESPN report earlier this month, HC candidates were told to be patient with the teams rebuilding if they were to get the job.
While they aren’t officially calling it tanking, the #TankForTua hashtag could become a thing in 2019.
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