Miaimi Dolphins continue to work on reinforcements for their offensive and agree with LEFT Tackle Terron Armstead on a five-year contract of over $ 75 million. Due to various bonus payments, the contract can achieve a volume of 87.5 million, 43.33 million are guaranteed. This reports Adam editor of espn.
The Dolphins further strengthen their offensive line after they had previously committed Left Guard Connor Williams. With Armstead, the Dolphin commit the supposedly best Free Agent, which has been available in the offensive line in this offseason in the market.
With Armstead, the Dolphins bring a much-needed reinforcement for your offensive line into the team to better protect Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa in the next season. “I have not seen a quarterback that can win a football game all alone,” explained the new Head Coach of the Dolphins, Mike McDaniel, most recently. “He can not be dangled before he throws, so we need someone who blocks.”
Due to the commitments of Armstead and Williams, Miami got two new starters. In addition, Tagovailoa gives the obligations of the two Running Backs Chase Edmonds and Raheem Moscert and Wide Receiver Cedrick Wilson additional reinforcements.
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Armstead was selected in the NFL Draft 2013 from the New Orleans Saints in the third round and played all of his nine seasons for the franchise. From 2018 to 2020 he was elected in three consecutive years in the Pro Bowl, but in the last season he was injured only on eight missions for the Saints.