Well, it's about freaking time, if he does go to the Pro Bowl. The Dolphins were very patient with him his first two years, and teams respected him as they double-teamed since his first snap. I see his value going way up if the reaches free agency, because Tua likes tight ends and he's going to see a lot of balls. I see the Dolphins extending him. If not, they'll try to trade him (which I doubt) in order to get something for him.
Miami Dolphins: Mike Gesickihttps://www.nfl.com/news/2021-nfl-seaso ... h-afc-team
TE · Year 4
The Dolphins weren't shy about adding firepower to an offense that too often fell flat with Tua Tagovailoa at the motherboard. First-round wideout Jaylen Waddle and difference-maker-when-healthy Will Fuller were tremendous offseason adds. That doesn't diminish the glow of contested-catch maven Mike Gesicki, whom I'd label as the team's most improved player on offense in 2020. He's a 6-foot-6 man-freak with an enormous catch radius and the physical tools wired for destruction.