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Dolphins Notes: Jason Taylor Hired, Offensive Line Details, and more…

Welcome to the Daily Miami Dolphins Notes, on September 2nd, 2020. The topics are, some offensive line details, Jason Taylor hiring for a major broadcasting role, and more…

Jason Taylor Hired For Major Broadcasting Role

Hall of Famer Jason Taylor has been a part of the Miami Dolphins organization for a long time as a player and now a broadcaster. He will replace Bob Griese as co-analyst on Dolphins’ radio broadcasts. Taylor will be alongside Joe Rose and Jimmy Cefalo this year. Griese steps away from the broadcasting booth, which is the reason Taylor is in his position. 

Taylor did a good job as the game analyst on the Dolphins preseason telecasts on CBS-4. Also, he has some radio experience calling Sunday night NFL games on Westwood One. Hopefully, Taylor will be able to lead a game as a broadcaster for the Dolphins in his broadcasting career. 

Offensive Line Details

Georgia offensive lineman Solomon Kindley (66) lines up against Auburn during the second half of an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019, in Auburn, Ala. (AP Photo/Butch Dill)

The Miami Dolphins offensive has been competitive, a lot of position moves, and good talent. The first point is that Jesse Davis tells reporters that he is playing right tackle for the Dolphins at this point. Davis played guard last season, but he will be a good veteran presence on the offensive line. The second point is, Michael Deiter is playing well as the team’s center, which was a surprise since they signed Ted Karras this offseason. Either Deiter or Karras should be the starter for the Dolphins this season at the center.

The third point is that the Dolphins offensive line coach is close to making a decision at the right guard position. So far, it will likely be Robert Hunt or Solomon Kindley to start week one. Overall, the offensive line looks good to start the season, but we will have to truly see the results in week one. 

Malcolm Perry’s Position

Dec 31, 2019; Memphis, Tennessee, USA; Navy Midshipmen quarterback Malcolm Perry (10) passes against the Kansas State Wildcats during the first half at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Justin Ford-USA TODAY Sports

Currently, Malcolm Perry is running back for the Miami Dolphins, but the coach says he’s spent little time with him. Perry has been playing more of a wide receiver or special teams role so far. The Dolphins potentially have a Taysom Hill-type athlete on the roster this season, since Perry can play almost every position on the football field. Overall, Perry should be an awesome weapon that the Dolphins will be able to utilize this season. 

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