Dolphins’ Zach Seiler plans to continue living in his RV after signing contract extension (Sun Sentinel) Davie — Zach Sieler might be flush with new money because of the three-year contract extension the Miami Dolphins signed him to on Monday, but that doesn’t mean the 25-year-old plans to move out of the recreational vehicle he’s been living in all season. Sieler would rather invest his money into his business and keep the simple life going instead of buying a new home, or renting a place. “I love it. I’m happy with what I got. It’s perfect for me,” Sieler said about his 35-foot, five-wheel RV, which features two slide out sides, and has a patio in the back. “I enjoy it. It’s easy. It’s simple. I spend all my time at the [Dolphins] facility anyway.” It’s that commitment, and worth ethic that helped Sieler transform himself from a player the Dolphins claimed off the waiver wire around this time last year into a valuable rotational player who has the versatility and talent needed to excel in coach Brian Flores’ hybrid 3-4 scheme. Sieler started his third game of the 2020 season in Sunday’s 29-21 win over the Los Angeles Chargers, and recorded a season-high five tackles (two for loss) on a defensive front that was playing without Christian Wilkins, who is on the NFL’s COVID-19 reserve list. So far this season Sieler, a former Ferris State standout the Baltimore Ravens selected in the seventh round of the 2018 draft, […]