I have argued that the Miami Dolphins must sign at least one premier free agent from the group of Greg Jennings, Mike Wallace and Dwayne Bowe. If this does not happen, General Manager Jeff Ireland may be on his way to sabotaging an offseason full of potential.
Miami will have approximately $50 million in cap space and five selections in the first three rounds of the 2013 NFL Draft. The problem with relying on the draft to fill the Dolphins' gaping hole at No.1 receiver is that there may not be a pass catcher of that caliber available. Let's take a closer look at some members of the 2013 WR class entering the draft.