The NFL trade deadline was a wild one, with stars and impact players changing uniforms left and right. The Miami Dolphins have decided to go all in this year, trading for both San Francisco 49ers running back Jeff Wilson and Denver Broncos star pass-rusher Bradley Chubb on Tuesday afternoon.
The Dolphins sent the Broncos a first-round pick to headline the deal for Chubb. Miami star Tyreek Hill was streaming live when news of the trade broke, and his reaction to his new teammate was incredible.
Hill and the rest of the roster don't care about the franchises draft picks; they care about getting the best team on the field as soon as possible while they're playing. Chubb surely upgrades the Dolphins in a number of ways, and given the expectation he's signing a long-term deal, he does that for years to come.
Chubb can be a cornerstone of the Miami defense, and Hill recognizes that, welcoming his new teammate with open arms.
Miami sits at +2800 to win the Super Bowl this season, according to FanDuel Sportsbook's latest Super Bowl odds.
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