Five takeaways on where the Dolphins now stand
Dolphin Digest|June - July 2020
Just the drafting of Tua Tagovailoa alone has changed the complexion of this team. There is now real hope with a potential franchise quarterback in the house and it makes everything else they have done matter a little bit more.
ANDY COHEN

The offensive line has gotten a complete reboot getting a center and a guard in free agency, and a pure guard, a pure tackle and a player who can play both guard and tackle in the draft. The end result is a more talented, more versatile and far deeper line than a season ago with about 10 players seriously vying for starting job. About time, don’t you think?

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