Miami Dolphins acquire Bradley Chubb and Jeff Wilson Jr. in separate transmissions

As part of the move, Miami forfeited a first-round pick in the next draft to San Francisco and also released running back Chase Edmonds.

Bad Denver Broncos they change the outside player Bradley Chubb according to Miami Dolphins for a package that includes a 2023 first-round pick that Miami acquired from San Francisco 49ers last season, sources told Adam Schefter ESPN.

Bad Dolphins They also send by courierr Chase Edmonds and a fourth-round pick from 2024 to Denver for a fifth-round pick in 2025 along with Chubbthe source told Schefter.

Miami then replaced Edmonds acquisition of brokers Jeff Wilson Jr. for a fifth-round pick in 2023 49ers in a separate deal, the source told Schefter. Substitution connects Wilson with the head coach of the club Dolphins, Mike McDanieland a corridor Raheem Mosterthis former teammate in the backfield San Francisco. Wilson he ran for 468 yards and two touchdowns this season.

Bad Dolphins pressured opposing quarterbacks with 22 percent of their passes lost on the season, the fourth-best rate in NFLaccording to ESPN stats and info. Miami has 15 sacks, 21st in the league.

Chubb adds 5.5 sacks, tied for the lead Broncosand in his career he has 26 in 49 games, all with Denver.

Chubb He is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent after the season. It is expected that Dolphins reach a new agreement with Chubbsources told Schefter.

Thanks to the exchange, Dolphins they remain without a first-round spot for next year, after losing their own draft pick improper contact con Tom Brady Mr Sean Payton before the start of the campaign.

Bad Dolphins signed on Edmonds this year in free agency. In his first season for Miami. He will join the backfield Broncos which includes Melvin Gordon III and Latavius ​​Murray after the title Javonte Williams he suffered a season-ending knee injury.

Bad Dolphins entered the 2022 season expecting their offense to improve dramatically and their defense to continue the success of the 2021 campaign, when they led the league in expected defensive points added from Weeks 8-18.

Although Miami ranks seventh in yards per play through eight games, their defense has slumped, ranking 23rd in yards allowed per play and 27th in expected defensive points. Chubb he has to fit into a group that has the sixth-highest sack percentage in the league, but has the sixth-lowest sack percentage. The Dolphins they rank 27th in rushing with 15 and 69, respectively.

Chubb and a first round pick Dolphins in 2021, Jaelan Phillipsno. 12 and no. 9 are placed in order in the created rushes.

Coming from Chubbbad Dolphins they converted their store from 2021 San Francisco for the third pick in the draft in Jaylen Waddle, Tyreek Hill and now Chubbbasically.

Bad Broncos They weren’t going to part with Chubb unless they were paid enough to part ways with their 2018 first-round pick, who is coming off his most complete season with the team. Chubb he said last week that he hoped to stay inside Denverbut he knew that it was not in his power.

“… It’s good that the topic is being brought up… it’s just great to be in a position where there is interest,” he said. Chubb last week of London. “At the end of the day, I just let these things be handled by the people who handle them. I just go out here and do what I can.”

This is the second consecutive season that the general manager of The Broncos, George Paton, traded for the club’s best running back Rusher just before the deadline. Last season he sent Von Miller for the Los Angeles Rams.

Patton said last week yes Broncos they weren’t “in any way to get rid of their best players,” but he also added that he’d like to get draft picks after being out of bats in the quarterback trade. Russell Wilson.

This transfer ensures Broncos first round pick, again, for next April.

Chubb is on pace for his first double-digit sack season since posting 12 in his rookie season. He missed all but four games in 2019 with a torn ACL, and missed 10 games last season with bone spurs in both ankles.

This note was written using information from Marcel Louis-Jacques and Jeff Legwold.

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