Miami Dolphins Add Another Super Bowl Champion To Their Brand New Glittering Offense

Published 05/10/2022, 12:15 PM EDT

The Miami Dolphins have expended the 2021 offseason as well as the weeks that followed the NFL Draft. They’ve been jiggling their offensive rundown around Tua Tagovailoa with the motive of a run for the Lombardi. The most recent addition to the overstuffed RB inventory is veteran Sony Michel.

RB Sony Michel, who has been on free-agent visits with multiple teams post-draft. This includes franchises like the Miami Dolphins and the New Orleans Saints. Franchises can well use a veteran to make major plays meet, and Michel is the perfect athlete to make it go on. New Orleans, in general, and especially, has an interesting desire to pursue additional running back fury. He made his way back to Miami.

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NFL Insider Ian Rapoport reports that Ex-Patriots and Rams RB are now dispatching toward Miami Dolphins. Moreover, CBS Sports’ Josina Anderson mentions the deal will be a one-year agreement with the franchise. According to ESPN, the contract is worth $2.1 million.

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Rapoport mentions, The former New England first-rounder and #Rams RB is another fascinating weapon heading to the #Dolphins in an offense that has proven to showcase backs. Sony Michel hopes to become the latest.”

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Michel, a first-round draft choice in 2018; was a part of New England for the first 3 years in the league. He is now bringing it back to the AFC East after a one-year brief tenure with the Los Angeles Rams.

How can Sony Michel help the Miami Dolphins?

Michel is the latest addition to the Miami Dolphins’ active roster, which included a slew of top names in an approach to strengthening the team’s 2021 record. The franchise gained traction by trading for wideout Tyreek Hill. Miami also signed wide receiver Cedrick Wilson and RBs Chase Edmonds and Raheem Mostert to bolster an offense that already included TE Mike Gesicki.

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Michel was a part of two Super Bowl-winning clubs during his four-year career. One was in 2018, with Brady-led Patriots. In addition, he won another Super Bowl with the Rams in 2021. He rushed for 845 yards and caught 21 of his 33 passing targets for 128 yards in his 17 regular-season games. Mike McDaniel and the Miami Dolphins would benefit by having a reputable performer with two Super Bowl victories to enable them to make their instance meaningful in the upcoming season. This will be some kind of reunion for Michel, who had been a top-tier running back at American Heritage High School, which is near Hard Rock Stadium.

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Pavitra Shome

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Pavitra Shome is an NFL author at EssentiallySports. Currently pursuing his M.A.

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