Jeff Wilson set to re-sign with Dolphins

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The Dolphins are keeping the band together in their offensive backfield.

Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that running back Jeff Wilson has agreed to re-sign with the team. Raheem Mostert has also agreed to a new deal with the team and the Dolphins re-signed Salvon Ahmed last week.

Wilson and Mostert both agreed to two-year deals. Schefter reports Wilson’s pact has a maximum value of $8.2 million.

Wilson joined the Dolphins in a midseason trade with the 49ers and appeared in eight regular season games. He ran 92 times for 468 yards and two touchdowns while also running 10 times for 23 times and a score in Miami’s playoff loss to the Bills.


7 responses to “Jeff Wilson set to re-sign with Dolphins

  1. Very satisfied with this duo at bargain prices. Signing a big name for big money makes no sense. The Fins need to get a RT and G and decent Tackle backups first! Even with a below average OLine the running backs averaged near 5 yds per carry. If they want Tua to survive a full season they need to run the ball and stop abandoning the gameplan for 45+ passing attempts.

  2. Now just sign Orlando Brown and move him back to the right side and draft a TE in rd 2

  3. Awesome move. Both Mostert and Wilson form a nice tandem in the backfield. Especially with signing Ahmed the Dolphins don’t seem to be in the market for an RB anymore. Gotta shore up the line and get another TE on the team between free agency and the draft. Liking this off-season so far.

  4. Miami is doing what they always do. Bringing in shinny players at skill positions and not getting their lines done. Christian Wilkins contract not done and now where will the money come from. Offensive line is a starting Right Tackle and Left Guard away from getting the running game going with little depth,and we’ve only singed depth. Getting our running backs back was the right move but for them to produce,it’s about the line,not their jump cuts trying to beat two defenders at the line. I’m scared that we are going to go repeat on 20 years of bad offensive line play.

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