The Miami Dolphins have not been afraid to make moves this offseason.
The most impactful move they have made so far was to the defensive side of the ball.
Miami traded for All-Pro cornerback Jalen Ramsey, and he will greatly improve their defense.
But, the Dolphins had a few holes they were hoping to fill on the offensive side.
One of those holes included adding some more depth at wide receiver.
The Dolphins recently signed wide receiver Chosen (Robbie) Anderson to a one-year contract.
Current Dolphins receiver Tyreek Hill approves of this move.
yes sir https://t.co/DpoFn3bcmp
— Ty Hill (@cheetah) April 16, 2023
Anderson is not expected to play a large role for the Dolphins next season, but he is a nice depth piece.
Hill and Jaylen Waddle present one of the best one-two duos in the NFL.
So Anderson will see plenty of single coverage and will have opportunities to produce.
The Dolphins have the skilled players on offense to make a major impact.
But it is their quarterback that has a few question marks.
Tua Tagovailoa had a very good season last year when he was on the field.
But he only played in 13 games and suffered two concussions during the season.
All the Dolphins want to see is Tagovailoa play a full season.
He can lead the Dolphins to the playoffs, and they could even make a deep playoff run.NEXT: A Rising Draft Prospect Is Working Out For Dolphins Today