Everybody wants to live in paradise.
Add Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield to the list of folks who want to live and work in South Florida.
“#GetMeToMiami,” Mayfield appeared to write from a verified account during a live Instagram chat involving former Sooner and current Dolphins receiver Kenny Stills.
That decision, of course, will be made by general manager Chris Grier, with input from coach Adam Gase and executive vice president Mike Tannenbaum.
Dolphins starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill is returning from a knee injury. And the Dolphins would seem to have more pressing needs at: running back, tight end, guard, tackle, linebacker and cornerback or safety.
Recently Grier would not rule out using the 11th overall pick on a quarterback and Mayfield certainly may be available.
Mayfield is exciting and mobile and accurate and his personality is basically the polar opposite of Tannehill, who is calm. Mayfield is a dynamic lightning rod, on and off the field.
Would it work?
But it would clearly be fun.