The Miami Dolphins have been one of the most struggling National Football League franchises over the past decade. After finishing the 2011 season third in the AFC East with a 6-10 record, it has been abundantly clear that the Dolphins needed to make roster changes during this offseason.
Unfortunately for not only the franchise, but for its fans as well, Miami has made virtually no progress toward leaving the misery of the past three NFL seasons behind them. What they have done is struck out on several big name free-agent prospects while also making head-scratching trades and acquisitions over the past three months.
Here are the five biggest mistakes that the Miami Dolphins front office has made so far this offseason.