The Miami Dolphins recently signed Isaiah Wynn to a one year $2.3 million deal. If he meets all of his incentives for the season, he will end up making $2.7 million. Earlier in the offseason, he had an asking price of $5 million to remain a member of the New England Patriots, however, Bill Belickick has the reputation of never overpaying for players for a reason and he stuck to his guns and let him walk.
This could be something that comes back to bite the Patriots. With Wynn signing with the Dolphins, he will take on New England twice a year this season. He had some parting words for his former organization saying, “Oh it was good, they’re the team that drafted me, so I appreciate everybody in that organization, from the staff to the players. I thank them. My time was good there. It’s going to be fun playing against them, especially seeing them twice a year being on the opposite side, being there previously, you play against the guys that may have already been there, and now I’m on the other side now. So, it’s always a fun camaraderie. We’ll see how it all plays out for sure”.
While it may seem like things are good between Wynn and the Patriots, this is something that will quickly change once the season begins. Wynn was a former first-round pick in 2018, and has the potential of being an enormous help to the Dolphins. Their top priority this season is to keep quarterback Tua Tagovailoa healthy. If he goes down with an injury, their season is all but over.
Wynn may not be starting to open the season, however, he will provide the team with incredible depth at the offensive tackle position. If the Dolphins would happen to go down a man at either the left or right tackle spot at any point of the season, he would be more than ready to go. Last season with the Patriots, he allowed four sacks, and committed eight total penalties.
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