Chris Perkins: Here's my 2024 Miami Dolphins offseason plan

Chris Perkins, South Florida Sun Sentinel on

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I like the fact that the Miami Dolphins remain “all-in” in 2024, meaning they’re trying to win a Super Bowl instead of building toward winning a Super Bowl.

I’m 100% on-board for a 2024 Dolphins Super Bowl sprint.

I still like that way of thinking.

In light of that, here are some of the moves and principles I’d have in three areas — scheme/philosophy, free agency and the NFL draft— to get the Dolphins closer to a Super Bowl.

You already know some of the major tentpoles of my Dolphins offseason and regular season.

I’ve stated them clearly.


I wouldn’t extend quarterback Tua Tagovailoa’s contract just yet.

I’d keep defensive lineman Christian Wilkins.

I would have kept cornerback Xavien Howard ( but that’s not happening ).

New defensive coordinator Anthony Weaver should fully utilize cornerback Jalen Ramsey, which he said he’ll do.


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