The Miami Dolphins need to learn how to get over the hump in the playoffs. Miami's high-flying offense has been absolutely shredding opponents during the regular season, but hasn't gotten the job done in the postseason. Mike McDaniel and friends have put in a lot of work this offseason to address this and other holes on the roster.

Miami made a handful of excellent signings during free agency. They brought in Jordyn Brooks on a three-year contract as their Jerome Baker replacement. The Dolphins also signed Anthony Walker Jr. from the Browns to give them more linebacker depth. Miami also used volume to address depth on both the offensive and defensive line. Finally, Jonnu Smith and Odell Beckham Jr. give them two more weapons on offense.

The 2024 NFL Draft was even better. Depth at EDGE was a problem in 2023, but looks much better with Penn State's Chop Robinson added to the rotation. Miami also drafted Mohamed Kamara in the later rounds and signed Shaq Barrett in free agency, which gives them plenty of depth at the position. Dolphins fans should also be excited about rookie running back Jaylen Wright and offensive tackle Patrick Paul.

However, there is still work to be done. The Dolphins could add a few more role players and reinforce their depth before the 2024 season begins. Miami would be wise to consider the following trade targets as final pieces of their 2024 roster.

Let's get into it.

Javonte Williams – RB – Denver Broncos

The Denver Broncos drafted Audric Estime in the fifth round of the 2024 NFL Draft. He looks to be the future of Denver's backfield and could replace Williams' role as early as this season.

Williams is in the final year of his rookie contract, which makes it highly unlikely that he receives an extension in Denver. This regime did not draft him, making his standing on the roster even more questionable.

The Broncos could be motivated to part with Williams before the season if they can  gain a future draft pick. This would arguably help them more than one more season of Williams and hoping you get a comp pick for him next spring. That's a pipe dream.

Meanwhile, the Dolphins need to add a more physical back to their running back rotation. Williams is excellent at breaking tackles and is more physical than Mostert, Achane, or Wright. He brings something new to Miami that could help them down the stretch in the playoffs.

This deal makes even more sense if Miami would be willing to give him a second contract, even a short-term contract.

Evan Brown – C/G – Arizona Cardinals

Brown is a versatile interior offensive lineman who would perfectly fit a big need for the Dolphins.

Brown has spent much of his career with the Lions and Seahawks, but recently signed a one-year deal with the Cardinals. However, he finds himself in a vulnerable position after Arizona added more offensive line depth in free agency and the draft. At present, his best bet at making the roster is winning a battle with Hjalte Froholdt at center — or simply serving as his backup.

The Dolphins have Isaiah Wynn, Aaron Brewer, and Robert Jones as starters on the interior. Liam Eichenberg is solid depth at center, but the backup guard rotation looks pretty suspect on paper. Adding Evan Brown would reinforce Miami's center depth and give them guard depth at either position.

The most realistic way to imagine this trade going down is waiting until September. If Brown looks like he is on the bubble at final roster cut down, Miami could offer a late-round pick swap or some other form of compensation to acquire Brown before he hits waivers.

Phidarian Mathis – DT – Washington Commanders

The Dolphins need more interior defensive line depth. They recently signed Calais Campbell which helps, but they need more.

Commanders' defensive tackle Phidarian Mathis could be a solid addition. Washington already has its starters of the future in Daron Payne and Jonathan Allen with second-round pick Johnny Newton as a promising future starter. Mathis could make sense for both sides as long as the Commanders aren't overly smitten with him.

Mathis has two years left on his rookie contract. This could make him a little pricier than the Dolphins want to spend on a backup player on defense. However, I could see Mathis cracking the starting lineup at some point over the next two years in Miami. If the Dolphins feel the same, then they should make a call.