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  1. The 2020 Dolphins will have two new coordinators, but in addition to the previously revealed Chan Gailey–Josh Boyer OC-DC setup, the rebuilding team will bring in some new position coaches as well. Steve Marshall will become the Dolphins’ third offensive line coach in two years, while Curt Kuntz and Austin Clark will come aboard as assistant defensive backs and outside linebackers coaches, respectively. None of Miami’s new assistants coached in the NFL this season. Marshall will join Brian Flores‘ staff, following Pat Flaherty and Dave DeGuglielmo in the role. Both spent time as the Dolphins’ O-line coach last year. Marshall coached in the Alliance of American Football last year; his most recent NFL work came as Jets O-line coach from 2015-17. Marshall also spent time with the Packers, Texans and Browns while previously serving as offensive coordinator at Virginia Tech, Texas A&M and North Carolina. Kuntz will make an interesting rise, having spent the past eight years as the head coach at Struthers (Ohi
  2. We’re still three months away from the NFL Draft, but there already whispers about a potential trade that could take place. It appears the Miami Dolphins have their eyes on a top quarterback prospect. Many scouts believe the Cincinnati Bengals will take LSU quarterback Joe Burrow with the No. 1 overall pick. This is the likely scenario, especially since he’s an Ohio native. Justin Herbert and Tua Tagovailoa are the other quarterback prospects that have first-round grade. Judging off the latest report, the Dolphins are focused on the Alabama signal-caller. According to NFL insider Benjamin Allbright, the Dolphins are interested in Tagovailoa and are looking to move up to the No. 3 overall pick in order to select him. Miami currently has the No. 5 overall pick in the upcoming draft. Although it’s a nice spot for the Dolphins, there is always the possibility that another team leapfrogs them and takes Tagovailoa. From Pro Football Network: “However, Pro Football Network’s NFL Insider Benjamin Allbright reports t
  3. The 2020 offseason is everything the Miami Dolphins prepared for. A year of trading away talented players and essentially tanking the 2019 season culminates with the chance to fix years of problems in Miami. Miami’s preparation for a franchise-changing offseason in 2020 began in August when it traded Laremy Tunsil and Kenny Stills to the Texans for Houston’s 2020 first-round pick and its first and second-round selections in 2021. The Dolphins added to their draft capital during the season by dealing star safety Minkah Fitzpatrick for the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 2020 first-round pick. Of course, this offseason is about more than draft picks alone. The Dolphins will enter with more than $100 million in cap space. The timing is perfect with a class of free agents particularly deep at positions the Dolphins must address. Miami’s head coach Brian Flores proved this season that he is the right man for the job, winning five games with a roster that some thought would go winless. It’s critical to have the right voice l
  4. The Miami Dolphins have been rumored to be infatuated with Tua Tagovailoa since before the 2019 NFL season began, and that reportedly has not changed. Pro Football Network’s Benjamin Allbright reports that the Dolphins would not be interested in moving up to No. 1 overall. However, they are very high on him and could go up as high as No. 2 overall in a trade-up scenario to land their guy. It’s pretty wild how swiftly the narrative has shifted from, “Will Tua Tagovailoa be a first-round pick?” to wondering if he’d be the top pick. After the quarterback’s brutal hip injury in his final game playing for Alabama, his future seemed unsure. The reason this narrative has shifted is that Tagovailoa has already made a remarkable recovery, which we saw when he was walking without crutches during his announcement to declare for the 2020 NFL Draft. Circling back to the Dolphins, they have a real chance to make a major jump in 2020 if they can nail this coming draft. Tagovailoa is a proven winner with exceptional accurac
  5. It’s still more than three months until the 2020 NFL Draft kicks off in Las Vegas. A lot of opinions, perceptions, draft stocks and accepted notions are going to change between now than then. Here are some bold guesses as to what will happen between now and then in the draft evaluation world, both from the media and NFL teams themselves.   Justin Herbert will rise above Tua Tagovailoa for many teams -- and draft analysts Right now the draft media is agog over the proclamation from Tagovailoa’s agent, Leigh Steinberg, that the Alabama QB will throw for teams before the draft and will be ready for action. Tagovailoa is recovering from hip surgery after he was injured late in the college season while already playing with a recurring high-ankle sprain that has required multiple surgeries.  It’s an optimistic take from a person with a vested interest in Tua being hyped up. But read that last sentence above carefully. You’d better believe NFL teams are going to not take Steinberg at his word. They’ll hope Tua is r