Potential 2020 Free Agent Pickups?


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This will be a series of articles building up to the 2020 free agency period.  I will start off with players that I feel the Dolphins should target to add talent to this team
The first and most critical area of the Dolphins needs is definitely along the offensive line. In fact they could use help on both sides of the lines offensive and defensive but I will start off with the offensive line and there is no greater need than the guard position and one of the top free agents guards will be Washington’s Brandon Scherff.
Brandon Scherff
Brandon Scherff is an American football offensive guard for the Washington Redskins of the National Football League. He played college football at Iowa, and was drafted by the Redskins in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft. Scherff is considered to be among the best guards in the NFL. Wikipedia
Born: December 26, 1991 (age 27 years), Denison, IA
Height: 6′ 5″
Weight: 315 lbs
Current team: Washington Redskins (#75 / Guard)
Education: The University of Iowa (2014)
Parents: Cindy Scherff, Bob Scherff

It’s rare for run-blocking-first guards to blow up the free-agent market, but there aren’t many guards in the entire league who can impact a game like Scherff.

The Dolphins need to fix their offensive line issues something that has plagued them for many years and even though I do agree that they should draft some offensive alignment I think the development of these young players takes time so if strategically placed veteran player or two can do much to add to the depth and talent that this roster needs starting with the offensive line.

Brandon Scherff can add exactly what this team needs to protect our future franchise quarterback Josh Rosen as well as help improve our pathetic running game.

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