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Dolphins free agent bracket: Who is the best FA signing in team history? - Round 2 Part 4: Suh vs Marion

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The NCAA Tournament is down to the Final Four. Why don't we do a bracket of our own?

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We continue our Phinsider bracket of the best free agent signing in Miami Dolphins history today with the second round. We have taken the top free agent signings in team history, since the start of the NFL's true free agency in 1993, and formed our own NCAA tournament style bracket. As with the NCAA tournament, we started with the first round featuring (don't call them) "play-in" games, and now are ready to move on to the full bracket.

Today will be busy as we introduce several match-ups on which you can vote. Here is the full bracket:

Free Agent Bracket 2

Round 2 continues now with defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh facing off against the safety Brock Marion.

Suh joined the Dolphins in the 2015 offseason. That's it. That's all he has done as a member of the team. Really, his inclusion on the list is based solely on potential. Described as the top defensive talent to hit free agency since Reggie White, the addition of Suh should mean Miami has added a dominate played in the middle of the defensive line. Is it that potential enough to advance Suh?

Marion joined the Dolphins in 1998 after spending five years with the Dallas Cowboys. Playing for the Dolphins for six years, Marion missed one game, playing 95 of the 96 possible contests, starting all 95 contests. Playing free safety, he recorded 20 interceptions with Miami, scoring two touchdowns, forced five fumbles, recovered four fumbles, tallied a sack, and made 528 tackles. Both of his interceptions for a touchdown occurred in the 2001 season, leading the league in interception touchdowns and return yards that season including a 100-yard return. He as selected to the Pro bowl in 2000, 2002, and 2003. Marion also worked as a kick returner for the Dolphins, leading the league in returns in 1999 with 62. Over the course of his Dolphins career, he returned 107 kicks for 2,517 yards, a 23.5 yards per return average.

Which player moves on to the quarterfinals of our bracket?