Even after using a first-round pick on Austin Jackson in the 2020 NFL Draft, the offensive line remains a problem area for the Miami Dolphins.
That’s not to say that Cross already needs to be replaced in Miami, but they probably wouldn’t pass up an opportunity to add a starting tackle at this spot.
Charles Cross is still raw as a prospect, but the traits are there for him to be a long-term starter in the NFL and the Dolphins have to find ways to surround Tua Tagovailoa with the best possible talent.
The Washington Football Team may have no choice but to let Taylor Heinicke be a bridge for them again in 2022.
After banking on Ryan Fitzpatrick this past offseason, Heinicke has stepped in nicely and helped lead the Football Team to another potential playoff berth in 2022, this time without Chase Young.
On the offensive side of the ball, this team has to just continually make progress. I loved the pick of Samuel Cosmi last offseason but Charles Leno Jr. is just a placeholder for them right now. Trevor Penning plays at a small school, but he’s massive, athletic, and strong.
He could step in immediately at left tackle and give Washington a young pair of bookends to build around.