One: The club is likely exploring ways of retrieving a possible second-round pick in the exchange because it may give up one of its current second round picks to Kansas City for LT Branden Albert between now and Friday. Two: The Dolphins don't love their options at No. 12 and believe there is more value in players lower in the draft. It's impossible to know what players exactly the Dolphins have eyes on, so to speak, particularly for later in the round. Although the Dolphins have perhaps a handful of players they would be satisfied taking in the first round of the draft, which begins Thursday at 8 p.m., they clearly believe some of those players will be available and thus be a better value later in the first round. The Miami Dolphins have spent the past couple of days phoning various other NFL teams trying to gauge interest in the No. 12 overall selection as they try to prepare themselves for an attempt to trade down from their first round selection, multiple NFL sources are telling me. But these are some of the possibilities: Tight end Tyler Eifert of Notre Dame.