The Miami Dolphins shelled out a ton of money in free agency, including the move to add Shaq Lawson. Upon arriving at his new team, Lawson spoke about what he brings to Miami’s defense:

“I’m at a point of my career where I’m just only getting better — making strides each year,” Lawson said, via Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald. “Each year I’ve gotten better, improved. Getting more comfortable in the game. I feel like these next coming years, I’ve got a lot of juice. I’ve got a lot to bring to the table, and I showed glimpses of it last year with only just playing on the amount of snaps I was playing. I’m just ready to go get it and just [try] to be a double-digit sack guy.”

Prior to signing a three-year deal with the Dolphins, Lawson spent his first four seasons with the Buffalo Bills.

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The former first-round pick out of Clemson put together the best season of his career in 2019. Even though he didn’t start in a single game, Lawson notched 6.5 sacks, 13 tackles for loss, and a forced fumble.

While Lawson was thriving with the Bills, Miami struggled to create pressure, finishing with just 23 sacks in 2019. That was good enough for 32nd in the NFL in terms of total sacks from a team.

Besides Lawson, Miami also added Kyle Van Noy and Emmanuel Ogbah in hopes they could improve their pass rush in 2020. With a starting role in sight, Lawson believes he’s poised for the best season of his career in his first season with the Dolphins.