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Draft review: Miami Dolphins

Draft review: Miami Dolphins

profootballtalk.com Updated Apr 28, 2013
After analyzing the draft needs of all 32 teams, PFT will review how well each team addressed those needs. Up next: The Miami Dolphins. What they needed: Offensive line, defensive end, cornerback, safety Who they got: Round 1 (3): Dion Jordan, DE, Orego…
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  • Dolphins, Eric Winston talking

    Dolphins, Eric Winston talking

    Eric Winston would answer a lot of questions at OT It looks like the Dolphins’ plan B at offensive tackle could be unfolding in the near future. After plan A was foiled by the Kansas City Chiefs’ unwillingness to part with Branden Albert for anything
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  • Updating post-draft needs in AFC East

    Updating post-draft needs in AFC East

    ESPN.com Apr 28, 2013
    The 2013 NFL draft is over, but there are still improvements that need to be made. Now it’s time to take another hard look at the rosters and see what holes remain. Here is an updated list of biggest team needs in the AFC East: Miami Dolphins Biggest re
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  • Sunday morning one-liners

    Sunday morning one-liners

    profootballtalk.com Apr 28, 2013
    With a protracted absence for S Jairus Byrd a possibility, the Bills picked a pair of safeties. The Dolphins spent most of Sunday drafting former Florida Gators. The Patriots liked what they saw from the Rutgers football program last year. Jets QB Geno …
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  • Video - Did the Miami Dolphins give up too much in 2013 NFL Draft for Dion Jordan? 00:43

    Did the Miami Dolphins give up too much in 2013 NFL Draft for Dion Jordan?

    Apr 28
    The Miami Dolphins gave up their first- and second-round picks to acquire the No. 3 overall pick from the Oakland Raiders. Charley Casserly discusses if the Dolphins paid too much for the right to draft DE Dion Jordan.

Sports Columnists

  • Clayton's mailbag: Which offensive rookies will soar?

    Apr 28
    Expect Tavon Austin, DeAndre Hopkins and Robert Woods to emerge as offensive ROY candidates, writes John Clayton.