In two months, the Dolphins will be getting ready to draft some future Dolphin players. The Dolphins have plenty of holes to fill, mostly on defense. With the combine not even over yet, take a look at the ten players Miami could possibly take at No.8.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
2016 NFL Draft: Ten players Miami Dolphins may nab at No. 8 pick | www.mypalmbeachpost.com
If the Dolphins want to escape mediocrity, they know how crucial it is to nail their selection in this year’s NFL Draft.
Dolphins Coaching Staff
COMBINE NOTEBOOK: Joseph Viewed As "A Star" In Cincinnati; Other Notes
The Dolphins defensive coordinator has been a hot commodity in coaching circles for a while now.
COMBINE NOTEBOOK: Could Wright III Be The Next Zach Thomas?; Other Notes
Wright won a couple of national defensive player of the year awards (Chuck Bednarik, Bronko Narguski) in 2014 before injuries hampered him last season.
Dolphins 2016 Offseason
Defense — even in this QB-driven era of the NFL — is still winning championships - Sun Sentinel
Quarterbacks get all the attention in the NFL, but evidence shows defense can still win championships.
Phinsider News You May Have Missed
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Jaylon Smith, potential target for the Dolphins, will miss 2016 season and perhaps much more - The Phinsider
Jaylon Smith was the best NCAA linebacker in the country and was set to be a top-10 pick. Then, he tore his ACL & MCL and everything caame crashing down. Things got worse at the NFL Combine when reports showed nerve damage. What does the future hold?