Like the Cincinnati Bengals, the Miami Dolphins will be led by a top-five rookie in 2020. Tua Tagovailoa, the standout Alabama quarterback, may struggle to start his career, but with his weapons being limited, the Dolphins must continue to build around him.
The Dolphins brought in an offensive tackle and cornerback along with Tua in the first round. They took one running back in the seventh round and that was it for receivers and backs. They need Kamara, and with a sturdy offensive line, Kamara could dominate.
He’s had two seasons of 1,500+ all-purpose yards. Behind a top-tier offensive line, Kamara has been unstoppable. He could move into a similar situation which he could have a young offensive line while having a more mobile quarterback.
In the four games, Kamara was healthy and played with Teddy Bridgewater in 2019, he averaged over 100 all-purpose yards in a season which he failed to hit 1,400. He does well with a mobile quarterback and a solid line.
That’s what Miami could offer him, along with some major guaranteed money in a potential deal.