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Michael Floyd, Wide Receiver, Notre Dame
The Miami Dolphins' offseason plan under new head coach Joe Philbin will go something like this:
1. Sign Matt Flynn from Green Bay Packers at quarterback.
2. Draft a versatile wide receiver who can run after the catch.
3. Build up the offensive line.
Philbin brings a good mix of Green Bay's spread offense philosophy and the New England Patriots' study in player development from his days under guys like Kirk Ferentz. Philbin knows how to coach the offensive line, which makes adding a right tackle here less of a need.
Adding Michael Floyd allows Miami to go three-wide at any time, flanking him with Brandon Marshall and Davone Bess, to give the Dolphins a scary threat at wideout.