Three months after successful his second Super Bowl ring, free-agent working again Sony Michel has reportedly determined to take his abilities again to his dwelling state.
Michel, 27, is about to signal an undisclosed cope with the Dolphins, based on NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. The Orlando native led the Rams in speeding yards in 2021, and performed a key function throughout the workforce’s triumphant run to Super Bowl LVI.
Drafted thirty first total in 2018, Michel arrived in L.A. after the Patriots traded the Super Bowl LIII champion in August in alternate for 2022 fifth and sixth-round picks. After seeing restricted touches within the first 12 weeks, his taking part in time noticed a dramatic improve after starter Darrell Henderson went down with a thigh harm.
The swap led to a notable uptick in Michel’s manufacturing as he amassed 129 carries for 540 yards and three touchdowns throughout six begins to shut the season. He completed the 12 months with a team-best 845 speeding yards whereas additionally contributing 128 receiving yards, 4 speeding scores and one TD reception.
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Michel rushed 13 instances for 58 yards within the Rams’ Wild Card win over the Cardinals earlier than once more ceding touches following the returns of Henderson and Cam Akers. He recorded 13 carries for 22 yards over the following three video games.
In Miami below first-year coach Mike McDaniel, Michel will be part of a crowded backfield with an intriguing mixture of expertise. He’ll be anticipated to compete for reps in opposition to holdovers Myles Gaskin and Salvon Ahmed, in addition to fellow free-agent signings Chase Edmonds and Raheem Mostert, who remains to be recovering from a big knee harm.
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