2. Add a wideout through the draft
Going into the 2021 NFL season, it appeared the Miami Dolphins wideout room was loaded with talent. They added Jaylen Waddle in the draft to pair with Devante Parker, Will Fuller, Albert Wilson, and Preston Williams. Fuller and Williams were disappointments for different reasons, while Parker found himself on the injured list more often than not.
Fast forward, and the Fins have an issue since Will Fuller, Albert Wilson, Isaiah Ford, Mack Hollins, and Allen Hurns will hit the market. Collins stepped up big time and deserves a contract—the rest can walk.
The free-agent wide receiver market has some interesting names, like Davante Adams, Chris Godwin, and Allen Robinson. Both Michael Thomas and Amari Cooper could be on the trading block, but the Fins should look to the draft to add another weapon for Tua.
Ohio State’s Chris Olave makes sense for the Fins, so does Drake London (USC), but both may be gone by the 29th pick. North Dakota State’s Christian Watson of North Dakota is 6-4 and ran a 4.36 40-yard dash, continuing his meteoric rise. He’s a boundary wideout with great release technique who can take the top off defenses.
His long arms provide an excellent catch radius, especially in the red zone. He’s a linear route tree prospect who’d work the play-action-heavy offense Miami expects to be.