Terron Armstead Was Offered A Five Year Deal From Miami Dolphins

Terron Armstead
Terron Armstead

Terron Armstead was offered a deal from The Miami Dolphins this Tuesday for a term of five years. As per a source who told Adam Schefter of ESPN, the offensive tackle, Terron Armstead was approached with $87.5 million for five years with a minimum of $43.37 million guaranteed. 

Terron Armstead Agreed To Play For Miami For $87.5 Million

A video was posted by Terron Armstead on Instagram where he announced that he will join Miami Dolphins. In the video, he said his full name and his position and stated that he will be in the NFL for the 10th time and this year he will play for Miami. Terron Armstead then called out all the fans and said that all of them must start working. 

Terron Armstead played for the New Orleans Saints and won Pro Bowler three times in a total of nine NFL years. The Dolphins had the worst win rate in the last season of the NFL with just 46.6% winning chances. Tagovailoa was publicly supported by the Miami Dolphins throughout the whole offseason. In spite of the fact that he was responsible for the success of the team this year for his personal developments, still Mike McDaniel, the coach of the team felt that he still needed some help. 

In the views of McDaniel, a quarterback cannot alone win a game and thus, a good tackle is needed who would block the opponents for Tagovailoa. Miami Dolphins signed deals with Chase Edmonds, Cedrick Wilson, Raheem Mostert, Mike Gesicki, and resigned Durham Smythe. 

Terron Armstead will be 31 years old this July and has always been an elite member of the NFL from the time he was chosen by the Saints in 2013 in the third round of the draft. He got the tag of second-team All-Pro in the year 2018 and was also called the most offensive tackle in the years 2018 and 2015.