The Miami Dolphins open training camp for the 2020 NFL season on July 28 at Baptist Health Training Facility in Davie, Florida. The Dolphins finished the 2019 regular season in last place in the AFC East, however, first-year head coach Brian Flores managed a 5-11 overall record with journeyman quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick starting 13 games. After allocating nearly $200 million to players in free agency, drafting five players in the first two rounds led by quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, and changing both offensive and defensive coordinators, the Dolphins have a young new-look team that has been dubbed the NFL's most improved.
Here's a 53-man roster projection:
QUARTERBACK (3): Fitzpatrick, Tagovailoa, Josh Rosen
It makes a lot of sense for the Dolphins to keep three QBs this season, so they can ease Tagovailoa into the offense coming off his hip injury and have extra insurance during the coronavirus pandemic. But, Rosen could become trade bait if another team makes the right offer.