Will Fuller give the Dolphins what they were in desperate need of last season: a consistent downfield threat. Teams will have a tough time stacking the box against Miami now that a true speedster will be on the field.
C Matt Skura (1-yearr/ $2.14 million)
This was not an obvious move heading into Free Agency. The Dolphins were connected to higher profile centers like David Andrews and Corey Linsley, but this is a low-risk, high-reward type of a deal. Skura was not good in 2020, he was T22 in pressure %, 19th in pass block efficiency, 14th in total pressures, and was 33rd in pass blocking overall according to PFF.
CB Justin Coleman (1-year/$2.7 Million)
Coleman is a slot corner. He will come in a immediately challenge Nik Needham as the 3rd CB on the team. This was a position that needed competition on the roster
WR Robert Foster (1-year)
This provides some depth at WR. Maybe he takes Jakkem Grant's spot on the roster as a WR5 and kick return man.
RB Malcolm Brown (1-year. $1.15 million)
I still think the Dolphins will continue to address their needs at Running Back. Brown has filled in for the Rams, and done so with somewhat success. Look for the Dolphins to draft a Running Back.
QB Jacoby Brissett (1-year/ $5 Million)
Good insurance for Tua if he can't go for a few weeks. Brissett spent some time with Brian Flores while they were with the Patriots.
DT Adam Butler (2-year/ $9.5 Million)
This is the most underrated move of the offseason by the Dolphins. Essentially what they did is trade Devin Godchaux to the Patriots for Butler. Butler is getting paid roughly half of what the Pats are paying Godchaux, and statistically Butler is better than Godchaux. Great move by the Dolphins to sure up their interior defensive linemen.