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  1. Every NFL team either already has or will discover its most dangerous offensive weapon once the season kicks off. We are talking about guys who look superhuman at times while blazing through defenders to take a ball 70-plus yards to the house.In other cases, it is the quarterback who is the player most feared on offense. We cover a few situations here where the man under center makes all the difference moving the ball downfield.Starting with a guy who has the goal of producing at least 1,000 rushing yards and 1,000 receiving yards, here is each team’s most dangerous player on offense.Arizona Cardinals: David Johnson, running backThe dynamic Johnson returns in 2018 following a season-ending injury last year and is easily one of the most explosive at his position. He last averaged 132.4 total yards and 23.3 touches per game in 2016 while scoring an astonishing 20 touchdowns. The Cardinals will keep him heavily involved no matter who winds up quarterbacking as the year plays out. Watch the yards and touchdowns c
  2. The Miami Dolphins are not ranked very high in the 2019 Madden rankings. In fact, you need to look a lot closer to the bottom. EA Sports’ Madden team rankings are out and the Miami Dolphins are sitting with an overall grade of just 74. While 74 is pretty bad they are still higher than […] 2019 Madden team rankings has Dolphins near the bottom - Phin Phanatic - Phin Phanatic - A Miami Dolphins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
  3. The Miami Dolphins have no unsigned 2018 draft picks as they wrapped up the final selection today. Mike Gesicki has his rookie contract. A short while ago the Miami Dolphins made it official. We have signed tight end Mike Gesicki. We have now signed all eight of our 2018 draft picks. pic.twitter.com/HwzbTAs1v5 — Miami Dolphins […] Mike Gesicki under contract as Dolphins sign their picks - Phin Phanatic - Phin Phanatic - A Miami Dolphins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
  4. All rookies are now under contract It’s official. The Dolphins have signed all of their 2018 draft picks, after signing second-round draft pick Mike Gesicki earlier today. The tight end position is one of the most important in Gase’s offense, and having a legit play-maker like Gesicki should be a game changer. It shouldn’t be long before he’s one of Tannehill’s favorite targets, especially in the red zone. Mike Gesicki is good
  5. In reaching a deal with second-round tight end Mike Gesicki, via James Palmer of NFL.com (on Twitter), the Dolphins now have their full draft class signed. Here’s the list: 1-11: Minkah Fitzpatrick, DB (Alabama) 2-42: Mike Gesicki, TE (Penn State) 3-73: Jerome Baker, LB (Ohio State) 4-123: Durham Smythe, TE (Notre Dame) 4-131: Kalen Ballage, RB (Arizona State) 6-209: Cornell Armstrong, CB (Southern Mississippi) 7-227: Quentin Poling, LB (Ohio) 7-229: Jason Sanders, K (New Mexico) Gesicki signing his four-year rookie contract leaves just three second-rounders — Colts linebacker Darius Leonard, Colts guard Braden Smith and 49ers wide receiver Dante Pettis — unsigned.Miami used rare draft capital on a tight end in pulling the trigger on Gesicki. The franchise had not previously picked a tight end in the second round since 1976 (Loaird McCreary) and hadn’t chosen a tight end higher since 1974 (Andre Tillman, No. 38 overall).The Penn State product has a clear path to playing time, if he can show he’s NFL-ready. A.