I thought this older article was interesting: https://www.theringer.com/nfl/2018/8/21/17762720/nfl-premium-position-slot-cornerback Meet the NFL’s Next Premium Position: The Slot Cornerback The article talked about the difficulty of the position and the need to have a guy that can both cover and stop the run at a high level. The article was projecting Minkah as being that guy for Miami. Obviously that was before Minkah complained and forced himself out. Maybe they see Iggy as filling the role that they wanted for Minkah? Anyway, the article seemed relevant to part of the discussion in this thread so I posted the link for any who were interested.