At this time last year, it seemed the Giants and linebacker Kyle Van Noy might be a match. It did not happen. Now, the Giants have another shot at him and, given Joe Judge’s familiarity with Van Noy from their days together with the Patriots, you never know.
During these two weeks, we’re taking a look at every player on the Miami Dolphins roster, with revealing metrics, how they compared to others in the league, their contract status and their future. In Part 2 of an eight-part series, we examine the tight ends: MIKE GESICKI ▪ Contract status: One season left on his four-year rookie deal. Due to earn $1.4 million next season.
In a normal year, there should be a pretty good consensus as to what should happen with the third overall pick of a draft. This clearly isn't a normal year. And it's reflected in what draft analysts think the Miami Dolphins will do with the third overall selection in the 2021 NFL draft.