Dolphins wrap up draft class with Robert Hunt deal

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The Dolphins got top pick Tua Tagvailoa under contract in May, and have now wrapped up their 11-player draft class.

According to Field Yates of ESPN, the Dolphins agreed to terms with second-rounder Robert Hunt on his four-year, $8.065 million deal.

The guard from Lousiana-Lafayette was the 39th overall pick.

Along with first-round tackle Austin Jackson, he adds an infusion of talent to a position group that desperately needed it, whether they’re protecting Tagovailoa in the long term, or Ryan Fitzpatrick in the near.

4 responses to “Dolphins wrap up draft class with Robert Hunt deal

  1. If we actually have a season the Dolphins will be in the playoff.

    Mark it down!

  2. To be “wrapping up” anything like this so late in the go means your front office is absolutely clueless.

    Like I said, Grier’s dad was horrible with finance and economics in the late 90s with the Pats.

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