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Steelers target from Dolphins: CB Justin Bethel

Adding Justin Bethel would be such an underrated move if the opportunity were to present itself. Similar to the addition of Arthur Maulet a few seasons, Bethel is a sound veteran who has experience in multiple systems. The main difference is that he is both a better defender and special teams player than Maulet ever was.

Bethel finds himself on a Dolphins team that is stacked with cornerback depth. From established stars in Jalen Ramsey and Xavien Howard to a promising rookie in Cam Smith, Bethel could be on his way out. His role in the slot is almost certainly going to be occupied by someone else.

If he were to be cut, he would be a viable option for the Steelers to pick up. He could serve as the slot cornerback, or as a more accomplished backup, while also being a core special teams player. He could easily be on his way out, and while his upside isn’t huge, he would be a safe option to build out this depth chart.

Others considered: RB Myles Gaskins

It was just a few seasons ago that we were seemingly looking at Myles Gaskins being the Dolphins starting running back. Now, he is likely on his way off the team due to the myriad of other options on the roster. He would be a good change of pace back if added to the roster after being cut.