This is Jeff Ireland's time to move out of his comfort zone. The Miami Dolphins' general manager needs to be aggressive during the upcoming free agency period.
In what is, now, his sixth season with the team, the fruits of his labor must be made evident. If Ireland would have told team owner Stephen Ross that he had a 10-year plan in 2008, he would have never landed the job.
There is no more patience here. Ireland has the means and now must land the final pieces.
Nothing should be left for the draft to address. The draft should be icing on the cake. If Miami still has a need for receivers and cornerbacks come draft time, Ireland will have failed.
As I have argued all along, the Miami Dolphins could be a complete team before the 2013 draft.
I understand that the free-agency period involves many variables but, in a vacuum, here are the players Miami must sign to have a perfect March.