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Dolphins Free Agent Rumors Link Team to Underrated Wide Receiver

Adam Taylor McKillop
The latest Miami Dolphins free agent rumors link team to an underrated wide receiver in New York Jets' Braxton Berrios.
The latest Miami Dolphins free agent rumors link team to an underrated wide receiver in New York Jets' Braxton Berrios. / Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports
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New Miami Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel and his staff are doing the best they can to surround quarterback Tua Tagovailoa with the necessary pieces to maximize his talents. Miami's wide receiver group lacks depth behind Jaylen Waddle and DeVante Parker.

Fortunately, the latest free-agency rumors suggest Miami may solve that problem shortly.

Dolphins Free Agency

The Dolphins have been linked to an underrated free agent in former New York Jets wideout Braxton Berrios.

Braxton Berrios Dolphins

Berrios earned All-Pro recognition for his special teams work in the return game, but he's a viable pass catcher. He's improved his receiving stats in each of his first three years, including a 46-catch, 431-yard and two-touchdown performance last year.

Berrios also has Miami roots after playing college football for the Hurricanes, providing another reason this fit makes so much sense. Additionally his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, is based in Miami.

Keep an eye out on the Dolphins adding some much-needed depth at WR this offseason. As it stands, Miami owns +4000 odds to win Super Bowl 57 on FanDuel Sportsbook and +550 odds to win the AFC East.

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