Miami Dolphins have agreed to protect Protector Defender Ryan Fitzpatrick on a two-year contract, ESPN source Cameron Wolff says.
Source told ESPN that the $ 11 million deal contains incentives that could stimulate the deal. Fitzpatrick could fill the initial role of the early defender who was released when the dolphins traded with Ryan Tanehill to the titans in Tennessee on Friday.
Before the addition of Fitzpatrick, the dolphins had only two people on their list: Jake Rudoc and Luc Falk. None of them have begun an NFL game and they have united for five attempts to pursue a career.
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Ryan Tanehil goes to Tennessee to be Margaret's reserve. Is there a chance to start? Bill Barwell evaluates the biggest deals. Fitzpatrick, 36, entered for the disapproval of Jamie Winston in the weeks 1-3 last season and led Tampa Bay Bucaniers to upset the victories over New Orleans Sent and Philadelphia Eagles, he became the first defender in the history of the NFL
, who threw for 400 yards in three consecutive matches and led the NFL with 1230 passing yards within this interval.
He would be back on Winston in 2018 when the former number 1 was a big bench. Fitzpatrick played eight games with seven starts, ending with 17 touchdowns and 12 interceptions and finishing 66.7% of his passes – the highest completion rate in his career.
Fitzpatrick's biggest problem is to accumulate consecutive games together over long periods of time, struggling with pickups, when former boxing coach Dirk Koether moved him to the lead.
Fitzpatrick, who also played for Rams, Bengal, Bets, Titans, Teas and Jet, threw for 29,357 yards with 190 touchdowns and 148 interceptions in 141 games. He may become the first player to roll over the NFL's first teams by disconnecting six other players, according to ESPN Stats & Information.
He also became the second owner of the pseudonym "FitzMagic" in the list of dolphins. In September 2018, Defense Force Minka Fitzpatrick filed a trademark application with the US Patent Office to hold the nickname in hopes of selling goods and clothing.
Minka Fitzpatrick, who said she had the nickname of the high school, had [ESPN]
Jenna Leine of ESPN contributed to this report.