All eyes are on Fuller as he expects to get paid after his 1 year "prove it" contract with the Dolphins. McKinny was a Pro Bowl linebacker a couple years back and he is at the age where he should still continue to improve, so, I'm ok with this contract.
Pro Football Focus wrote:
Best: Wide receiver Will Fuller V — One year, $10 million (fully guaranteed)https://www.pff.com/news/nfl-best-worst ... s-2021#MIA
Fuller does have to sit on the sideline for one game to start the 2021 season following a six-game PED suspension at the end of 2020, but if the Dolphins felt comfortable with everything from that perspective, then this is a slam-dunk signing.
Detroit, Michigan, USA; Houston Texans wide receiver Will Fuller (15) turns after a catch during the second quarter against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. Credit: Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports
The 2016 first-rounder stepped up as the WR1 in Houston following the departure of DeAndre Hopkins, with his 21 explosive plays through Week 12 ranking tied for ninth among all wide receivers. Miami gets him on a very modest one-year flier, in turn going from one of the league’s weaker wide receiver groups to one that now boasts Fuller and No. 6 overall pick Jaylen Waddle wreaking havoc on opposing defenses with their elite speed.
Worst: Linebacker Benardrick McKinney — Three years, $26.937 million ($0 in remaining guarantees)
Miami traded edge defender Shaq Lawson to the Houston Texans for linebacker Benardrick McKinney and doesn’t don’t look like the winners in that transaction. The Dolphins addressed a positional need at off-ball linebacker but now have two of the top 15 contracts among off-ball linebackers on their books following the extension for Jerome Baker.
Neither player ranked inside the top 50 in PFF grade among off-ball linebackers with at least 100 snaps in 2020.