The Miami Dolphins have holes to fill at every unit on the team, but that is mostly by design. An NFL team doesn't get $46-47 million under the projected salary cap without making sacrifices, and the Dolphins (7-9) will likely allow eight starters to become unrestricted free agents in an attempt to rebuild the entire roster. General Manager Jeff Ireland hopes to add the pieces that can make Joe Philbin's offense more dynamic, more explosive, and the defense more of a force. The hope is that stripping the roster down won't require too many sacrifices.
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