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Dolphins free agency 2015: You give the grade

We are into day five of the NFL free agency period. How have the Miami Dolphins done so far this year?

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It has been a crazy week around the Miami Dolphins. Players have been released, signed, re-signed, tagged, and traded. The team has landed the biggest name in this year's free agency class, while not having salary cap space, yet making it all work. They have shed huge contracts, while managing to get draft picks back for players they may have been planning to cut.

How have the Dolphins done over the first few days of free agency? We will let you decide. Below, you will find the full list of transactions for Miami, then you can vote for a grade for the team.


Jordan Cameron, TE - 2-years, $15 million
T.J. Heath, CB - Re-signed
Ndamukong Suh, DT - 6-years, $114,285,000
Brice McCain, CB - 2-years, $5.5 million
Kelvin Sheppard, LB - Re-signed
Michael Thomas, S - Re-signed
A.J. Francis, DT - Re-signed
Jordan Kovacs, S - Re-signed
Jason Fox, OT - Re-signed; 2-year, $2.5 million


Charles Clay, TE - Transition tag ($7.071 million)


Received 5th round pick from Vikings for WR Mike Wallace and a 7th round pick
Received WR Kenny Stills from Staints for LB Dannell Ellerbe and a 3rd round pick


Cortland Finnegan, CB  ($5.75 million saved) - Retired
Nate Garner, OL ($1.64 million saved)
Brandon Gibson, WR ($3.26 million saved) - Signed with Patriots
Brian Hartline, WR ($3.15 million saved) - Signed with Browns
Shelley Smith, OL ($2.75 million saved) - Signed with Broncos
Randy Starks, defensive tackle ($5 million saved)
Philip Wheeler, linebacker (post-6/1 designation - $3 million saved)