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The Miami Dolphins made the playoffs in 2022 despite a late-season collapse.
As they look ahead to 2023, the team has already made a few offseason moves to build their roster.
Thus far, their notable additions include Mike White, Jalen Ramsey, and David Long.
While the Dolphins have been active in the free agent market, they have also looked at the players that they already roster, and worked to figure out who they can feasibly re-sign.
Although the Dolphins have been a rumored destination for many superstar free-agent running backs, they have re-signed Raheem Mostert to a one-year deal, per Tom Pelissero.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) March 14, 2023
Although the Dolphins aren’t on the hook for a large dollar amount with Mostert, his veteran presence is vital to this team.
Mostert struggled with health concerns during the 2020 and 2021 seasons, playing in nine games in two seasons.
2022 was a different story, as he played in 16 games, racking up career highs in both rushing yards, receiving yards, and kickoff return yards.
Even if the Dolphins sign an elite, younger running back, Mostert should still have an impact on this team in 2023.
At one point, he was one of the fastest players in the NFL.
Will Mostert build on his 2022 success, even though he will be 31 years old to begin the season?
That remains to be seen.
If Tua Tagovailoa is fully healthy for the whole year, the Dolphins should have no problems with improving on their 2022 record.
Who else will they add in the backfield as a complementary back to Mostert?
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