MIAMI – The former New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams are in retreat Sony Michael He agreed to a one-year deal with the Miami Dolphins, a league source told ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler on Monday, adding another name to an already deep backyard.
The source said the deal is worth $2.1 million.
The Dolphins could use a boost in their fast attacking after they finished 30th in the sprints in 2021. They also finished with the third lowest average yards before contact and seventh lowest average yards after contact in the league.
Miami has spent the majority of its resources this season improving its offensive under first-year coach Mike McDaniel, including signing the offensive tackle. Tyrone Armstead And trading for a wide receiver Trek Hill.
In five seasons as a running game coordinator for the San Francisco 49ers, McDaniel’s offenses ran for eleventh in the league. Last season, McDaniel’s first as offensive coordinator, the 49ers finished seventh in the league in rushing and fifth in attempts.
Michel rushed for 845 yards and scored five touchdowns (four lunges, one received) for the Super Bowl Rams champion last season.
They acquired him from the Patriots in August in the fifth and sixth rounds of the 2022 draft. He filled a huge need for the Rams after that. Cam Akers He tore his Achilles tendon before training camp.
Michel played frugally until he moved to the starting line-up in December after an injury Daryl Henderson Jr. Michele rushed over 100 yards twice that month and fought another game where he was 92 yards revving. Michele’s role diminished in the post-season as Akers returned from his injury to regain his primary role.
The Patriots picked Michelle with the 31st overall pick in the 2018 draft from Georgia. They turned down the option for the fifth year on his rookie contract last May.
In three seasons with the Patriots, he rushed for 2,292 yards and 14 touchdowns.
That would be kind of a homecoming for Michelle, who used to work as a five-star at the American Heritage School, about 20 miles from Hard Rock Stadium.
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