Number Three: Miami Dolphins
The Miami Dolphins enter the 2020 offseason with the most cap space by any NFL team with over 90 million dollars to splurge on elite talent.
The Dolphins are an interesting scenario because they were the laughing stock of the NFL for the first half of the 2019 NFL season before beating a few quality teams towards the end of the year. After being one of the few winless teams at one point, the Dolphins are now without a top-three pick in the 2020 draft.
The Dolphins are a gritty team with a few solid pieces already in place with Devante Parker, Allen Hurns, and Mike Gesicki all still under contract on the offensive of the ball. Still not appealing? They also have three first-round picks and six picks in the top 100.
Not only are the Dolphins in prime position to sign some serious talent this offseason, but they are also in position to draft some elite talent as well.
Yes, the Dolphins are rebuilding, but with Tom Brady likely leaving New England, the Dolphins could be in contention within the next couple of years. Signing Teddy Bridgewater would give them assurance at the quarterback position and will help them win several more games.
The future is bright in Miami and adding the Miami native Teddy Bridgewater to the mix could help the team in South Beach compete a little sooner.