Before Joe Philbin arrived in South Florida, the Miami Dolphins didn't have an identity. Tony Sparano had lost his team's confidence, eventually leading to his firing. With Philbin, Miami has turned into a no-nonsense team that will only employ players with no off-field issues and who are committed to the team first.
By trading Brandon Marshall and Vontae Davis, and releasing Chad Ochocinco, Philbin quickly proved his point. Any player that is willing to put his ego ahead of his team will quickly be out of Miami.
In this draft there are some players that exemplify what it means to put the team first and would be great additions to the culture Philbin is creating in Miami.
We will take a look at some of these players, but we will also look at positions of need for Miami.