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Where do you begin with the seemingly endless incompetence of the Miami Dolphins?
Just when they looked to show signs of life and performed as one of the more dangerous teams in the second half of the season, they trade away their Pro Bowl MVP wide receiver.
Although that doesn't necessarily have anything to do directly with free agency, it should be a reminder of just how out of touch this franchise has become with the modern way of business in the NFL. You must have playmakers.
For all the downtrodden Dolphins fans, think about this: Jim Harbaugh, Jeff Fisher, Matt Flynn, Alex Smith and Peyton Manning all passed on opportunities to live in 70 degree weather in mid-January.
According to former players turned pundits, the question you should be asking is, "Who wants to go up there and play?"
Miami has been shunned by players and coaches alike and has officially become the barren wasteland of the NFL. Another failed offseason of attempts to reel in big names to South Beach.