Expectation and reality for Miami Dolphins linebacker differs. Here's how it must adjust
When the Miami Dolphins used their second-round draft pick on Raekwon McMillan in 2017 the idea was to, at least initially, break him into his role slowly.
The team wanted to start him out playing special teams in the preseason and compete for the starting middle linebacker job. The expectation was he would win the MLB job and then play 25-30 snaps per game, all of them on running downs.
And then life happened.
And the plan got shredded.
McMillan, as you know, injured his...