An NFL analyst highlights a trio of potential legendary Dolphins

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The Miami Dolphins have one of the best wide receiver tandems in the NFL in Tyreek Hill and Jalen Waddle, and at times last season they were downright unstoppable.

But the Dolphins could get even stronger this fall.

There has been some recent buzz about Pro Bowl running back Dalvin Cook possibly joining the team as the Minnesota Vikings, his current team, reportedly wanted to trade him.

If they can’t find a trade partner for him, they could cut him, which would open up an opportunity to join Miami.

If that happens, analyst Kyle Brandt believes the Dolphins will have the best three wideouts and running backs in the NFL.

Miami went 9-8 in the regular season last season and made the playoffs despite quarterback Tua Tagovailoa suffering multiple concussions.

When Tagovailoa was available, he seemed to take a big leap in his third pro season, and he helped Hill set a career high in yards.

The Dolphins have been short at running back for a while, and Cook, a four-time Pro Bowler, would give them a legitimate threat in the backfield that could also catch passes at times.

He ran for 1,173 yards and eight touchdowns last season while adding 295 yards and two touchdowns through the air.

Miami could use some extra firepower as the AFC, especially the AFC East, has gotten even tougher since the trade that sent Aaron Rodgers to the New York Jets.

Cook heading to Miami could make the race for the division extremely interesting and exciting.

The Dolphins reportedly nearly traded away the star RB in March

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