It's largely believed Jones won't return to the team and he'll be looking to capitalize on back-to-back 1,000 yard seasons with 25 rushing touchdowns in addition to 96 receptions, 829 receiving yards and an five touchdowns as a receiver over that same span. Fellow backfield mate Jamaal Williams is also a free agent and the team selected plus-sized back AJ Dillon in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft, giving the team multiple options to avoid the big price tag of Jones. While a move to Miami makes sense and the Dolphins have the cap-space to do so, the acquisition would result in a dramatic loss of value to recent riser Myles Gaskin, who many have pegged as the team's starter in 2021. It highlights the risk associated with off-the-radar players rising to prominence before a looming off-season filled with draft selections, trades and free agency additions. Aaron Jones, DLF's RB13, possesses dynasty risk before his situation plays out but recent production, youth and skill set should keep him in focus for the foreseeable future.