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Kenny Stills Calls Out Miami Dolphins Owner Stephen Ross

Jason Hrina



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Kenny Stills has been the most-polarizing player on the Miami Dolphins over the past few seasons, and it has nothing to do with his performance on the field.

After Colin Kaepernick‘s kneeling took the NFL and the rest of our nation by storm, Stills has prominently been a vocal and visual supporter of his protest. If you peruse through his social media pages, you have a plethora of evidence that show off his charitable efforts, the various marketing t-shirts Kaepernick and his movement have produced, as well as plenty of political takes (made directly or indirectly at our current political climate).

For the most part, owner Stephen Ross has allowed his players to participate in the national anthem as they so please. First, they were allowed to kneel unconditionally. Then, if they wanted to kneel, they were asked to stay in the lockerroom during the anthem, only to come out once the anthem was done. This created such a media stir that Ross reversed this direction and allowed the players to freely protest once again.

Now, the game of politics has come up again in conjunction with the Miami Dolphins. This time, it has to do with Ross’ off-the-field actions rather than his input on anthem protests during gameday.

Ross is one of the richest people in the entire world. His net worth is larger than all of the people reading this article multiplied by a billion. He can wipe his ass with hundred dollar bills and he wouldn’t even flinch. And just as one rich guy would have it, he’s throwing a party for another rich guy. Except the rich guy he’s throwing a party for is the most-polarizing figure in the entire country, and that’s Donald Trump.

Which overall, is fine. Ross, like any human being, is allowed to do what he wants with his money. What makes this an interesting story related to the Miami Dolphins is the response Kenny Stills had to Ross’ announcement that he is throwing a fundraiser for Trump in the Hamptons.

For reference, Ross’ mission statement reads: “We are a national nonprofit that educates and empowers the sports community to eliminate racial discrimination, champion social justice and improve race relations.”

Most of us would never dare diminish or degrade something our boss has done – there are way too many consequences, and very few positive outcomes that can come from that action.

But Kenny Stills isn’t worrying about his paycheck or social standing within the organization. Stills has made it known where his priorities lie, and that’s ensuring, in his eyes, that the world is a better and more-equal place.

Stills has been politically vocal for a few years now, and Ross hasn’t forced Chris Grier (or Mike Tannenbaum) to trade Miami’s most-reliable receiver….yet. Could this be the end to Stills’ Miami Dolphins career? Will Grier, Brian Flores and the rest of the coaching staff have the ability to talk Ross out of letting him go, or will Ross’ ego be too large to overcome?

During an offseason where everything seemed to be going swimmingly simple for the Dolphins, the rift between Stills and Ross will be an interesting story to monitor. We’re just a month before the start of the season, will this cause a distraction? Will it bring the team closer together? How will Flores navigate his first real “issue”?

It’ll be very interesting to see what becomes of all of this as the season inches closer.

Growing up a passionate Dolphins fan in Jets territory, Jason learned from an early age that life as a Dolphins fan wasn’t going to be easy. Previously the Sports Editor for his university newspaper, Jason has experience writing columns, creating game recaps and conducting interviews with Hall of Fame athletes (Harry Carson and Yogi Berra are two of his proudest interviews). When he’s not dissecting the latest sports news, you can find him perplexed over the Dolphins offensive line woes or involuntarily introducing music to his neighbors.



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    August 7, 2019 at 2:18 pm

    This is ridiculous behavior from Kenny Stills. Until we become a socialist/communist country, freedom of thought should be respected and appreciated. Stills needs to stay in his lane and respect that if someone supports a politician you do not agree with, then deal with it. It doesn’t warrant a personal attack. We should celebrate our diversity and freedom of thought, not force conformity to a singular way of thinking in our country. Diversity of beliefs and thoughts are a good thing. RELAX, it will all workout okay.

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      Michael Wootton

      August 7, 2019 at 2:31 pm

      I couldn’t agree more, or said it any better. Thank you for that comment.

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        August 7, 2019 at 10:06 pm

        Wait, you guys are actually telling a guy that is very active in the underserved community and with kids, a guy that is voicing HIS opinion, to shut up and stay in his lane–in the name of respecting diversity in thought? ?!??! Seriously. Please stop and think about that for a second.

        JK, “Relax, it will all work out ok” is a mighty priviledged opinion. I think you need a refresher on what a personal attack is, and to read some different publications. (I could be wrong, but I’d bet a paycheck that your efforts in the solving the diversity and racial problems in this country pales in comparison to Stills’). Somehow I think you are someone who never got over the kneeling bit.

        I don’t like my football team being associated with Trump. But I mostly wish Stills was a better receiver. And that you and Wootten would check out the Chapman comment below for more insight into the problem at hand.

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    Timothy Wagner

    August 7, 2019 at 2:41 pm

    Kenny stills needs to go join the other Jack ass kolin kapperdick so he can put all his time and energy to his protest about being equal the man makes about 10 million a year and he’s not equal Kenny stills you are a racist yourself you and anybody else that uses the race card

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    David Holcomb

    August 7, 2019 at 3:55 pm

    Come on Kenny; now let’s not go too far in our disdain in this matter. Let’s not bite the hand that feeds you! Keep in mind Mr Ross is a proven supporter of your cause. So it would not be wise to make an enemy out of Mr Ross.
    You must use wisdom here. You cannot choose Mr Ross’ associates for him. Both men are powerful men who will have their own agendas; some you will approve of and some you will not.
    No president in history has had the full support in everything that they do; because we the general public approve of some things that they do; but not everything.

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      August 8, 2019 at 4:48 pm

      Stills did not exercise wisdom, and he is biting the hand that feeds him. As a veteran that comes from a family of veterans, kneeling for the national anthem lost all my respect for Kenny Stills and ANY cause he feels he kneels for. This was not a “smart”” move on Stills behalf. Please Miami Dolphins, dump this media lightning rod, I don’t care if we get any draft picks or compensation. This is a perfect example of addition by subtraction, the team is better without his distraction.

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    Kevin Chapman

    August 7, 2019 at 5:26 pm

    This is the very freedom that we defend. Freedom of speech and he has every right to speak up. He also has the possibility of being disciplined as i am sure he is very aware. Good for him to speak up when the hypocrisy surrounding him is no longer bearable. Ross speaking from both sides of his mouth should be called out. Good for him and I appreciate Stills’candid approach. It’s difficult for some to realize the full gammut of freedoms we are afforded.

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      August 7, 2019 at 10:59 pm

      Bad mouth your boss on social media, I dare you. Unless you are a small business owner. This country also allows employers the ability to fire someone for being an idiot. Talk about freedoms!!!! You are one of the problems with this country if you think we are that divided.

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      Alex barrios

      August 8, 2019 at 1:16 am

      “Hypocrisy” you say? If there is a hypocrite it’s Kenny stills. His boss has allowed him to to express his God-given right to freedom of speech and demostration without criticism or repercussions, but when his boss expresses his own, Stills goes to social media to attack him? If that’s the case then the owner should pull a Donald Trump and blow up his Twitter criticizing him. But I’m sure that would be racist wouldn’t it? Some people want to have their cake and eat it too, but in reality, sometimes you have to eat crow. His boss at least tries to do something for the community that he stands for so why does he have to shit on him…

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    Randy Goetzman

    August 7, 2019 at 6:53 pm

    So sick of kenny Stills! Just shut your mouth and catch the freaking ball or get your butt out of MIAMI!!! Jerry Rice you are NOT!!!

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      Eduardo Blandon

      August 8, 2019 at 7:45 am

      Mr Ross has the right to do wherever he want with his money like any other american. Shut your mouth and play the game…I am sick of your stupid behevior!!!

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    Dolphins Fan

    August 7, 2019 at 6:57 pm

    Stills position bothers me because I’ve noticed that he only takes superficial positions on these issues- such as police brutality. Aggression by the police is not a simple issue by any means. I am a strict constitutionalist and I hate violations of rights by the police. However, they have a dangerous job to do. The government has a job to do with the borders.

    The use of twitter is not helping our society much from what I can see. And I don’t believe Trump is a racist. The media has been busted over & over again for lying and corruption. So this sound-bite controversy only serves to wreck the team’s focus on the game. Maybe Stills should quit football and go into politics? Dipping his toe in this stuff every few weeks is not helping the Miami Dolphins.

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    August 7, 2019 at 9:22 pm

    Don’t bite the hand that feeds you.

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    Erik Viel

    August 8, 2019 at 9:25 am

    Ross can support who he wants. It’s America. Stills is a child.

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    August 8, 2019 at 12:16 pm

    I have been a dolphin fan for years this is rediculous how come everything has to be about politics he can do what he wants when he wants with his money nobody is telling Kenny stills how to spend his or who he can promote please enough already play football

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    David Bell

    August 8, 2019 at 4:18 pm

    Ross and Stills are entitled to their opinions. Whether the commentary by Stills actually fosters any discussion or exchange of ideas is a different story.

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    Richard A Dwyer

    August 8, 2019 at 4:22 pm

    Stills needs to focus on football being a better WR than he is, Its not like he is some stellar performer. If I owned the Dolphins I would have the backbone to say if you kneel your gone.

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      Richard A Dwyer

      August 8, 2019 at 4:34 pm

      I just love how the article states he is Miami’s most reliable receiver. A guy who is not even in the top 25, if that is the best Miami can do we as fans will never celebrate another playoff win let alone SB.

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Turning the Machine in the Right Direction

Kevin Dern



Nearly a year ago, 11 months to be precise, I wrote this piece for Locked On Dolphins:  “Small, Important Steps in the Right Direction”.  It was me opining on what I felt like were a series of small steps Miami, specifically Chris Grier and the front office had taken in the right direction just after the Draft.  At the time, Miami had accumulated a Draft Pick haul of a: 1st rounder, two 2nd rounders, a 3rd, two 4ths, a 5th, two 6ths, and two 7ths.  We know war chest has expanded, and Miami’s sure to put that to effective use in just over a month at the 2020 NFL Draft.

So, where are Miami now?

Well, that’s an interesting question, but I’ll attempt to answer it.  With a haul of 11 free agents, counting TE Michael Roberts who was signed before the new League Year, Miami’s managed to fill some of the holes the exited 2019 with.  Perhaps most important, despite shelling out big money deals, all of them are structured in smart, team-friendly ways.  Kudos to Chris Grier and Brandon Shore for that.  It’ll pay dividends down the road.

With the Draft still a month away, at least as things stand with the COVID-19 outbreak right now, Miami’s needs have become clearer.  Quarterback was always and still is the top priority for the Draft.  Running Back is a need still, and there’s a plethora of top notch backs in this year’s class.  Offensive Line, obviously.  Miami can use help across the board there.  With the defensive free agent signings, I’m not sure edge defenders are a need anymore, but I think Miami will still bargain shop there.  Safety, specifically free safety, and a true nose tackle round out the needs list.  At lest in my mind.

With 14 picks, and Miami probably won’t use all of them to make actual picks – I think some get used in trade ups and some get pushed to 2021 – Miami will likely be able to fill that remaining chunk of needs, which is a great place to be in.  Perhaps Miami still shops around a bit in free agency, maybe for O-line depth or a cheap running back, but I think the focus now narrows to the Draft.  Since that’s next month, let’s review the free agent crop.

Free Agent Fits
Our pal Travis Wingfield has done plenty of in-depth reporting on all of Miami’s free agent signings, so I’m going to give you my broad stroke takes on what Miami’s added this past week.

Edge Setters
Miami added defensive ends Shaq Lawson and Emmanuel Ogbah to help set the edge against the run.  Kyle Van Noy is an outside linebacker with a sneaky amount of strength and ability to play with heavy hands and good leverage who can help set the edge too.  What this means for Miami’s defense is that we’ll likely see more 4-man defensive fronts.  Remember, when Brian Flores called the Patriots defense in 2018 his most used for formations were:

4-2-5 (307 snaps)

3-3-5 (226 snaps)*

3-2-6 (132 snaps)

4-3 (97 snaps)

* With the 3-3-5 package, there’s really two versions: The Bear front and the slide front.  The Bear front typically included bigger defensive lineman to cover the opponents G-C-G with Hightower and Trey Flowers or Kyle Van Noy on edges, with Van Noy or Elandon Roberts off-ball.  Think of the slide front as really a 4-2 front, but you have an OLB playing as a stand-up DE.

A potential hidden bonus here is that both Lawson and Ogbah have some experience playing in stand-up OLB/DE roles.  Shaq Lawson did it some at Clemson and Ogbah had some limited experience in doing so last year with the Chiefs.  I think Ogbah was used primarily as a rusher as I haven’t seen snaps of him dropping into coverage from that spot.  But he’s been aligned there.

With the additions of Lawson, Ogbah and Van Noy, Miami’s going to try and be able to find analogs similar to Van Noy himself, more on that in a minute; Ogbah compares pretty well in play style to how the Pats used Adrian Clayborn and Deatrich Wise that year; and Lawson’s versatility might lend him to be used in some, and I stress some, of the capacities in which they used Trey Flowers.  With Van Noy, in 2019 he was almost an exclusive on-the-LOS edge LB.  In 2018, his duties between being an edge player and off-ball linebacker were about 50-50.  I don’t know that we’ll see that, but I think Van Noy’s snaps won’t be as an exclusive edge – he’s so versatile in how he can be used.

As much as I love Khalid Kareem and really like guys like K’Lavon Chaisson, Curtis Weaver, Yetur Gross-Matos, and Marlon Davidson I have a difficult time picturing Miami spending a top-level resource on an edge defender.  I think they’ll take a stab on a guy that falls or try and find value later on like Trevis Gipson, Jason Strowbridge, Chauncey Rivers, James Smith-Williams, etc.

No Fly Zone Southeast
I’ll admit, I in no way shape or form saw Miami going after someone like Byron Jones.  In fact, I wonder if the Patriots franchise tagging Joe Thuney meant that money Miami might’ve offered to him was “freed up” to pursue other options.  And man, did Miami get a nice player in Jones.  Yes, he doesn’t have a ton of interceptions, but he does have 20 PBUs the past two years, and 44 for his career – nearly nine a year.

I’m a little dumbfounded that so many Dolfans think this signing means that Xavien Howard is on the trade block.  Why would he be? Why would you dismantle a CB tandem this good? I get that X had the legal issue, but that was dismissed.  I feel like if Miami wanted him gone, he’d have been gone by now.

What it means having a tandem like Byron and X is that you have a pair of corners that excel at press, can play off man, can both play on either side of the formation, and both can travel to the slot.  That gives them some really nice flexibility and the opportunity to get creative with coverages.  I’ll be really intrigued if they add a FS that allows Bobby McCain to play in the slot more, like he did in 2015-17.  Miami could disguise a lot if that becomes an option.

When you combine Jones with the additions of Lawson and Ogbah up front, and Van Noy as someone who can play on the LOS or off-ball, you have to tip your cap to Miami for adding help at all three levels of the defense.

Depth and Special Teams
Miami apparently isn’t bringing back Walt Aikens, who was their best special teamer the past few seasons.  Instead, Miami opted to bring in a trio of damn good special teamers, two of whom were captains.  The one that wasn’t, Elandon Roberts, figures to get a chance to play in some packages on defense, just as he did with New England, and is a core special teams guy.  It wouldn’t surprise me if he ate some of Chandler Cox’s reps as a fullback either.  He’ll be fun to watch on whichever unit he’s getting snaps at.

Kamu Grugier-Hill, a fellow 6th round pick mate of the 2016 Patriots Class with Ted Karras and Elandon Roberts, is an intriguing player.  While he might have been a better fit for Miami’s previous staff under Gase and Burke, he’s a fantastic special teamer and has shown well as a blitzer and coverage linebacker.  His presence probably means guys like Sam Eguavoen and Calvin Munson are in the danger zone.

Clayton Fejedelem is more a like-for-like replacement for Aikens.  A hard-hitting safety who’s a demon on special teams.  Fejedelem probably won’t get a lot of looks on defense, especially if Miami ends up drafting another safety, but the bonus with Fejedelem, as compared to Aikens, is if you have to call on him to play on defense, he’s going to be better equipped to handle it.

Improving the Ground Game
I’ll admit, with Ereck Flowers being the first reported signing of free agency, I was a little worried the ghosts of Jeff Ireland and Mike Tannenbaum were summoned by the Tequesta.  Flowers reputation carries stains, but he played well the second half of 2019 as LG for the Redskins.  I hope Miami leaves him there.  Ted Karras comes over after playing as center for the Patriots in 2019.  He’s a bigger guy than Daniel Kilgore.  He’s smart.  He’s tough.  He struggles a little in space and with power.  I do wonder if Michael Deiter gets a shot to compete with him at the C spot with Flowers at LG, where Deiter played last year.

Both Flowers and Karras will get the opportunity to block for newly signed running back Jordan Howard (a favorite of my wife’s as he’s a fellow Indiana Hoosier).  Howard’s a bigger back at 225lbs, but he’s more well rounded than he is a power back.  He can catch and be a weapon in the pass game.  He’s also pretty savvy with inside and outside zone runs.  With Chan Gailey and Eric Studesville working on the ground game, Howard’s sure to get plenty of use.

Tight end Michael Roberts has played just 12 games over the past three seasons due to injuries and poor play.  He was traded to the Patriots last year but failed a physical cancelling the trade.  Detroit waived him and he was claimed by Green Bay but failed a physical there.  He battled weight gain, depression and had his left shoulder surgically repaired.  More of a blocking TE, he roasted the Dolphins in 2018, naturally, when Detroit came to Miami.  If Roberts plays up to his potential, I think he’s got the ability to challenge Durham Smythe for that #2 TE role – being an inline TE.

Prepping for April
While the Draft won’t have the party that Vegas would’ve offered, that’s the next major step for Chris Grier.  Miami needs to get the Draft right.  We’re talking 2017 Saints right.  We’re talking 2019 Raiders right.  Miami has the opportunity to inject a lot of talent, in addition to the quarterback, into this team.

Go figure that the year Miami as FINALLY loaded up on picks, the COVID-19 breakout has forced Pro Days and 30 Visits to mostly be cancelled.  And unless something drastically changes in the next few weeks, Miami and the rest of the league aren’t going to have as much operating information as they normally do.  Miami will have to rely more on scouting than in the past.

The outbreak also likely puts a dent into each team’s offseason program.  Teams will have to head into their offseason programs storming to get ready for the season.  Let’s hope Miami doesn’t have a truncated offseason like they did in 2011 under Tony Sparano, which lead to an 0-7 start.

For now, with quarantines in place, there’s likely not going to be a lot happening for the Dolphins between now and the Draft.  Hunker down.  Watch tape (Game Pass is free).  Familiarize yourself with Flores’s scheme.  Watch “Humble and Hungry” – I highly recommend it! But above all, stay safe.  We can get through this together.

The Machine
You may recall Travis and I made a trip to Miami last year for the Bengals-Dolphins game.  We were credentialed for it, meaning we were members of the media for that day.  I think one of the most lasting impressions I have from that trip is just how many pieces work to create the “machine” that is each NFL team.  Miami have a lot of great people in place.

I’d only ever been to one other Dolphins game in Miami.  That was back in 2010.  I don’t remember what Hard Rock Stadium was called at the time; it’s had many different iterations since it was Joe Robbie Stadium.  But I remember walking around that stadium thinking it was dumpy.  And I’d been to some dumpy stadiums – Old RFK Stadium for a Washington Nationals Game, whatever they call the Coliseum where the Raiders played, and the A’s still call home.  Riverfront Stadium – the stadium of my youth.  These were the stadiums that Hard Rock rivaled in 2010.

What Mr. Ross and Tom Garfinkel have done to the place is INCREDIBLE! I’ve been to Lucas Oil Stadium and the renovated version of Lambeau Field (2010 and 2016).  Those two places are crown jewels.  Hard Rock Stadium as it stands right now is nicer than both!

Miami’s building a fantastic new team headquarters and training complex.  Travis and I stopped by Team HQ in Davie on our trip to pick up a parking pass for the game.  The current HQ is nice (I live in Cincinnati and drive by Paul Brown Stadium daily on my way to work – that’s my comparison, but Miami’s is nicer), but it’s small.  This new place is going to be world-class.

Brian Flores the Head Coach.  While it’s only been a year with him at the helm, just by being in his presence, hearing him speak and listening to what the players said about him – there’s not a man in that building that wouldn’t run to the TNT Wall for him.  Miami’s finally got the Head Coach they’ve longed for since Don Shula strode the sidelines.

The Dolphins have added 11 pieces so far, and the have the opportunity to select a new franchise quarterback in a month.  If Chris Grier, Marvin Allen, Reggie McKenzie, Brian Flores, the staff, and the scouts get this right Miami’s going to have built one hell of a machine.  Just in time for the post-Tom Brady Era in the AFC East.

It’s a wonderful time to be a Dolfan!  All is certainly not right in the world.  Not by a longshot.  But in these trying times where we all need to cling to some form of solace, the Dolphins are providing one.  It’s a small part of my everyday life, but it’s one of my favorite parts.  Always has been.  Always will be.  FinsUp!

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Free agency opens; Reshad Jones, Mike Hull lead Miami Dolphins cuts

Shawn Digity



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MIAMI (Locked On Dolphins) – While the two-day legal tampering period has already been underway, free agency officially opened on Wednesday at 4 p.m.

Since many of the heavy-hitting signs and trades have already been announced, the start of the new league year will be more about ratifying all those moves.

The Miami Dolphins, at the time of writing, have announced 10 free agency moves.

And with that, there has been the consequential announcement of cutdowns to counterbalance the roster spots of incoming players.

Reshad Jones leads the list and is also the only technical release, but the Dolphins had already announced that.

Jones was going into his 11th season and spent the first 10 with the Dolphins.

It wouldn’t be surprising to see Jones sign with a new team in the coming days of free agency.

Nearly half a dozen players were also waived: wide receiver T.J. Rahming, cornerback Rashard Causey, tackle Chidi Okeke, interior offensive lineman Evan Brown, defensive lineman Kendrick Norton, and linebacker Mike Hull.

Rahming, Causey, and Okeke spent the 2019 season as practice squad members.

Brown saw playing time late in the 2019 season but had been plucked off the Giants practice squad.

Hull might be the most interesting name on the list. He had been a scrappy ‘backer presence for the Dolphins after signing with the team as a UDFA in 2015.

Hull re-signed with the Dolphins last spring.

But he spent the 2019 season on the Physically Unable to Perform list with a knee injury and didn’t play.

Norton was also kept on the team during the 2019 season by way of the Non-Football Injury list after a car accident last summer.




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Miami Dolphins Bring On Another Ex-Patriot, Sign LB Elandon Roberts

Jason Hrina



Image Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

The Miami Dolphins are loading up on leadership. If there’s one thing the Dolphins have made a priority this offseason, it’s adding smart, determined football players to their team. Under Brian Flores‘ stewardship, I doubt we ever see a broken locker room again.

According to Cameron Wolfe of ESPN, the Miami Dolphins are signing linebacker Elandon Roberts to a contract. Financial details are currently unknown.

Roberts is yet another ex-New England Patriot to leave Boston this offseason for warmer pastures down south, following fellow-linebacker Kyle Van Noy, and the recent addition of (center) Ted Karras earlier today.

Originally drafted as a 6th-round pick by the New England Patriots in 2016, Roberts has primarily served as a special teams ace, while also serving as depth at linebacker.

If you were impressed by Biegel’s production last season, you will be pleased with the type of versatility Roberts brings. Over the past four seasons, Roberts has been active for 60 games (starting 33 of them), and has accumulated 4 sacks, 6 passes defended, 206 tackles, 15 tackles for a loss and 14 QB Hits.

Roberts is stout against the run, something the Dolphins have lacked over the past couple of seasons.

If you were curious what all the additions at linebacker meant for Vince Biegel, this doesn’t make things any clearer. Biegel is tendered at a “cheap” rate next season, so there’s no need to trade him or let him walk, but with the additions of Roberts and Kamu Grugier-Hill so far this offseason, it seems snap counts are becoming sparser.

Right now, the Dolphins currently have the following linebackers on their roster for 2020:

  • Chase Allen
  • Jerome Baker
  • Vince Biegel
  • Jake Carlock
  • James Crawford
  • Jamal Davis II
  • Sam Eguavoen
  • Terrill Hanks
  • Trent Harris
  • Mike Hull
  • Deon Lacy
  • Raekwon McMillan
  • Calvin Munson
  • Andrew Van Ginkel

They recently added:

  • Kyle Van Noy
  • Elandon Roberts
  • Kamu Grugier-Hill

Sam Eguavoen was a budding linebacker and special teams player for the Dolphins last season, but it looks like he’ll need to have an excellent training camp to remain on the team. It’ll also be interesting to see what this means for last year’s 5th-round pick, Andrew Van Ginkel.

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