1 perfect Dolphins move to fill out roster before 2024 training camp

Sometimes in the NFL, teams need to play the game of historical blinders. They must look at a free agent and assess the player as if they will make it through a season — not without injuries, but with limited ones.

Such is the case for the Miami Dolphins, who have the opportunity to make one perfect move to fill out their roster before the 2024 training camp. The player in question is the injury-riddled Michael Thomas.

Wait, why are we talking about the receiver position for the Dolphins? Isn’t this a loaded team with Tyreek Hill, Jaylen Waddle and Odell Beckham Jr.? Yes. But while the top end is exceptional, the depth isn’t great.

And adding the 6-foot-3, 212-pound Thomas is the right move at this stage of the NFL calendar.

This move makes sense on many levels. First, Hill and Waddle aren’t the biggest guys for the position. And while Beckham is a little taller and heavier, he’s still south of six feet.

Thomas could provide a big body for quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, especially in Thomas’ trademark third-down ability. And in certain matchups, against a smaller and faster defense, Thomas might even turn back the clock for a 100-yard game with a couple of scores,’

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