Miami obviously and clearly, needs to find a top-flight receiver in some way, shape or form.
They could do that via the draft, but developing receivers does take time, and with the glut of receivers on the market it would be almost unnecessary to use a first round pick considering the value of the receivers available in the draft, and the potential draft position of the Dolphins (right now somewhere between 10-20, if I were to guess in Round 1 it would be top 15).
Round 2 would be a better place to find a receiver that fits Miami's system, as the Dolphins will have plenty of opportunities to find their future number one receiver in that part of the draft.
But back to free agency, where as I mentioned, there will be a glut of receivers. One of those receivers will be someone who knows the system already and will still be young enough to contribute to the Dolphins in the next five years, but still old enough to give the position some much needed experience.
It's not Dwayne Bowe, whose signing will likely end up about as well as Brandon Marshall's signing, and will be more expensive. It's not Mike Wallace either, although he would be my second choice if Miami is pressed on signing a wide receiver in free agency.
I'm talking about Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings, who will be a free agent after this season and likely won't be back in Green Bay.
The Packers have found themselves doing well without Jennings, but this has more to do with Green Bay's tremendous job drafting and developing players than the talent that Jennings has. The only reason Jennings is out is due to a sports hernia that he had surgery on earlier this month.
Green Bay is currently monitoring him on a week-to-week basis, and when they feel he's ready to go, they'll activate him. But for now they're in no rush to bring him back only because of the great job that James Jones, Randall Cobb and Jordy Nelson have done thus far.
Jennings will turn 30 years old at the start of next season, but will still be able to produce for Miami while giving Ryan Tannehill a much needed target. At only 5'11" and 198 pounds, he's not particularly big, but will add an element of speed that Miami's receiving corps will need.
While we do talk about the fact that Tannehill and the Dolphins need a number one receiver, what he really needs is another solid target, mainly one that can get open in a hurry, thus forcing teams to blitz Tannehill (which is where he has been at his most effective, and yes I still find that odd). Jennings is the answer there.
Just add Jennings then draft a receiver in Round 2, and Miami will be pretty set with skill players on offense.