The Miami Dolphins have finished their offseason workouts. The next time the team will take the field together will be from Training Camp on July 28th. Miami recruited a bunch of talent of the offensive side of the ball. They brought in Tyreek Hill and Terron Armstead to unlock the potential of Tua. Mike McDaniel was smart and kept the defense in tact; they bring back all 11 starters, and kept the defensive coaching staff together including Defensive Coordinator Josh Boyer. We got a few nuggets of information from OTA’s that gives us information on how the 53-man Miami Dolphins roster could turn out.
The battle in the trenches is difficult to handicap since the players were in just helmets for the offseason portion of the schedule. So, reports on OL vs. DL/LB’s needs to be taken with a grain of salt. Offensive Line is the one position group where there are multiple position battles and question marks. But the position group also has a lot of intriguing combinations. The skill positions and the specialists are a bit easier to forecast. 25 offensive players, 25 defensive players, and 3 specialists will give us the opening week 53-man Miami Dolphins roster that will take on New England.