Ex-Patriots O-Lineman Isaiah Wynn Signs With New Team

Isaiah Wynn had to make a really big decision this offseason and it looks like he’s ready to take his talents to another team. According to Ian Rapoport and several other analysts, Wynn will sign with the Miami Dolphins, meaning he will stay in the AFC East for a while.

Rapoport reported that the Dolphins will give Wynn a one-year deal. He is 27 and still has a lot to offer. There were several scenarios for Wynn and many thought he’d stay with the Patriots for a while. They got him with the 23rd overall pick in 2018. Wynn played in 43 games in four seasons with the Patriots, meaning he missed some time due to injuries.

Wynn was on his way out of New England, but there were several reports suggesting that he could stay around. The Patriots picked up his fifth-year option for the 2022 season. Wynn struggled to deliver his best performance. NFL analysts even had a list of potential suitors for Wynn and he was the biggest trade topic in the last few months. Let’s not forget that he added fuel to the fire with his cryptic messages on social media. Everything pointed to the fact that Wynn will leave the Patriots in free agency and that’s exactly what happened.

Isaiah Wynn and his new team will confront the Patriots early in the season

The Patriots will have to prepare for their first meeting with Wynn in Week 2. He will come back home wearing a Dolphins jersey. The Patriots will play against Wynn in Week 8 as well.

The Dolphins added a lot of former Patriots players to their roster over the last few seasons. Wynn is one of the many Patriots players who put on a Dolphins uniform following their departure from New England. Some of them didn’t have any success in Miami, but Wynn will get a chance to play his best football in a different uniform. Will it work? Let’s see what happens in Week 2. The Patriots will be ready for Wynn’s return to the field.