Miami Dolphins free-agency + QB controversy (Dolphins Podcast)

    The Miami Dolphins had a fantastic free-agency and look poised to draft a top QB. Joshua Houtz and Kai'Chien Chisholm discuss every detail. The two also dive into controversial thoughts on possible quarterbacks to start the new future for the team.

    For the first episode of our dedicated Miami Dolphins podcast, hosts Joshua Houtz and Kai’Chien Chisholm discuss all of the moves made by the Dolphins during free agency. We also discuss the quarterback situation and discuss the multiple options that the team has at its disposal. So check-in for the first-ever dedicated team podcast on the Pro Football Network.

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    Miami Dolphins free agent steals

    The Dolphins made moves that fans both critiqued and also loved. The team went out to sign players that could help their team in the long run, but at the same time, went out and made a splash with defensive back Byron Jones. Before free agency began, it seemed like Jones would be either a Philadelphia Eagle or Las Vegas Raider. Instead, the Dolphins shocked the football world, and it’s own reporters and secured the signing of Jones. Jones and Xavien Howard will be dominant forces for the Dolphins in their pass defense, and fans will be excited to see them get to work.

    The quarterback of the Dolphins eyes

    The Dolphins have been linked to almost every quarterback you could realistically think of. Recently, the talk has surrounded Joe Burrow, and with the state that the world is in right now, it might affect Tua Tagovailoa and his ability to land in Miami. It is still very possible that the team will take a chance at Tua, but everyone will have to guess how healthy Tua truly is and what his past injuries could mean for his future play. The Dolphins could also be looking at Justin Herbert and what he could do for the team at QB. They were reportedly interested in Herbert last season before he stayed in school, and the murmurs have emerged again. It will be hard to understand what news is true, but the Dolphins will continue to keep feeding different narratives every week.

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