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On paper, the Dolphins fared well against opposing quarterbacks this season, surrendering the 15th-fewest passing yards. Having said that, their secondary fell apart towards the end of the campaign as they allowed an average of 292.5 passing yards in their final four games, which would’ve ranked dead last if it was their season-long average.

With that being said, it wouldn’t be surprising if Barry attempted to lure cornerback/kick returner Keisean Nixon to add depth to the secondary.

Nixon is a versatile player who does what’s asked of him. On defense, he’s made 17 starts across 34 games over his two seasons with the Packers, recording 77 solo tackles, three forced fumbles, eight broken-up passes, two interceptions, and 0.5 sacks.

The 26-year-old is also one of the NFL’s best kick returns. He’s led the league in kick returns and return yards in back-to-back years and even paced his peers with 26.1 yards per return in 2023. He’s received a lot of love for his work, being named All-Pro first team in each of the last two seasons.

Players like Nixon are every coach’s dream, so don’t be surprised if Barry tries to get him on Mike McDaniel’s roster.



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