Miami Dolphins Sign Former Jets Quarterback

The Miami Dolphins were one of the top offensive units in the entire NFL this past season, but unfortunately, the injuries sustained by Tua Tagovailoa caught up to them in the end, as they found themselves playing an inexperienced Skylar Thompson in the playoffs.

While they're looking to load up with star power this off-season, bringing in a veteran backup is also a good idea, and on the first day of free agency, the team made that happen, as they officially signed Mike White, who has spent the past few seasons with the New York Jets.

Injuries were a major part of White's two seasons in New York too, but when healthy, he's more than serviceable, and with the star power on the outside, he'll thrive in Miami, and with a two-year, $16 million deal, it's a great pickup for Miami. 

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