NFL Draft season is getting revved up with the completion of Shrine Game and Senior Bowl weeks. With that comes the avalanche of mock drafts, including those for the Miami Dolphins.
Jeff Ireland has seen mixed results in the draft since he took over as the general manager, and this could be his last stand if he doesn't get things right.
This year's Dolphins draft will be particularly difficult to predict this far out because of free agency. Miami has anywhere between $35 million and $52 million in cap space depending on what math you use and whether they decide to use a franchise tag.
Should they address the receiver position, the Dolphins won't need to take a pair with their high picks. If they retain Jake Long, offensive tackle is off the board in the early rounds. The same goes for a litany of other positions.
Here is my latest Dolphins mock draft. Each pick has an alternate draft pick based on a scenario.