The Dolphins completely revamped their running back depth charts this season,
and there will naturally be some tough decisions to make when it comes to roster cuts.
Chase Edmonds earned the biggest contract of the bunch and is expected to play his versatile,
near-catcher from Arizona to Miami. Meanwhile,
while Raheem Mostart has struggled to stay healthy lately,
his familiarity with Mike McDaniel's system makes him a lock to team up.
Mitchell was the Dolphins' third notable running back signing.
After a disappointing final season in New England,
the former first-round pick returned with the Rams in 2021.
He started seven of his 17 games, collecting five touchdowns for 973 yards and 229 touches from scrimmage.