The Miami Dolphins running back stable has been glaring weak spot on the team since the departure of Lamar Miller. After looking to bolster the position of need for most of the offseason, the Dolphins may have ended their search by signing veteran Arian Foster to a one year contract for $1.5 million with $2 million in incentives available. Foster is coming off a season ending Achilles' tendon injury but the Dolphins believe he is back to top condition after having him in for a couple visits. He joins a backfield with second year hopeful Jay Ajayi and rookie Kenyan Drake. Foster will bring much needed veteran leadership to the running back group.
Laremy Tunsil's draft night was unlike any seen before. Moments before the draft kicked off a video surfaced of what appeared to be Tunsil smoking marijuana. The top rated prospect saw his stock drop immediately. Several teams passed on him early and he slipped all the way into the hands of the Miami Dolphins #13 pick. It's early but on the surface it looks like the Dolphins may have the steal of the draft. Tunsil going into the draft was rated by many as the best player available. The offensive lineman allowed only 2 sacks in 28 games at Ole Miss University. He will help solidify an offensive line that was in dire straits following the 2015 season. The Dolphins draft continues today with rounds 2 and 3 which they have one pick in each round barring any trades.