Dolphins Make $75 Million Move Ahead of Chiefs Showdown  

The international clash between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Miami Dolphins was already one of the most anticipated games of Week 9, but things just got a little more competitive. 

On Saturday, November 4, the Dolphins announced that offensive tackle Terron Armstead has been activated from injured reserve. Miami waived defensive tackle Brandon Pili to facilitate the deal. 

Armstead, who inked a $75 million contract with Miami last year, is expected to give the Dolphins a significant offensive boost before facing the Chiefs in Frankfurt, Germany. 

After hurting his knee against the Buffalo Bills in Week 4, the 32-year-old was placed on injured reserve. 

With Armstead active, Miami will have the 6-foot-5, 305-pound left tackle and centre Connor Williams playing together for the first time. 

in more than a month. The last time the Dolphins had both offensive starters on the field, they defeated the Denver Broncos 70-20. 

On November 5, the Chiefs (6-2) will face the Dolphins (6-2) at 9:30 a.m. ET at Deutsche Bank Park. 

The Dolphins defence is well aware that shutting down Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and company in Week 9 will be a monumental task. 

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