68. Leonard Fournette, RB: Tampa Bay Buccaneers ➡️ Miami Dolphins
Scheme wise, I’m not sure Leonard Fournette is the best fit for the Miami Dolphins, but new head coach Mike McDaniel seems like he might be up for the challenge of making it work.
The Dolphins need a starting running back and I think Fournette has shown a lot of improvement over the past couple of seasons.
Working with Tom Brady can do wonders, apparently.
Fournette averaged a career-best 4.5 yards per carry last year with the Buccaneers and added 69 receptions as well. With his three-down abilities, Fournette could be a valuable pickup for a team like Miami trying to make life as easy as possible for Tua Tagovailoa.
67. Brian Allen, C: Los Angeles Rams ➡️ Los Angeles Rams
The Los Angeles Rams didn’t let Austin Blythe go in free agency just to let Brian Allen out the door the next offseason.
Blythe was a four-year starter for the Rams before heading to Kansas City in 2021 where he only played in four games.
Allen, meanwhile, proved to be one of the best centers in football last season and he’s obviously an outstanding scheme fit. The reigning Super Bowl champion Rams should be able to get Allen back on a solid deal to continue as their starting center for the next handful of years.