As it stands with training camp less than three weeks away, the Miami Dolphins have a number of players on their roster.
Based on the sheer number of players, you would think that it wouldn't be wise to add more to it. This is especially true when you consider the fact that the roster must get down to 53 players by the start of the season.
However, some positions (unlike running back) are too thin. The secondary and the right side of the offensive line are positions where more depth—and further training-camp competition—would be a major help and asset to the 'Phins.
Miami should look toward some of the veteran free agents still available on the market. These are players that could not only push some of the younger players in training camp, but could also wind up making the team better going forward in 2012.