Sean Smith has drawn interest from numerous teams during the new free-agent tampering period, according to The Phinsider.
This is great news for most Dolphins' fans, who have undoubtedly been waiting to replace Smith and upgrade at the position altogether.
For the $8-10 million a year that Smith is pursuing on the open market, 'Phinatics can't help but laugh as they wave goodbye to their former top corner.
His departure leaves the Dolphins with a glaring hole in their secondary, a hole that should be filled by none other than Brent Grimes.
Grimes went down early last season with an Achilles injury, sidelining him for the entire year.
Despite this, recent reports from Atlanta Falcon's coach Mike Smith claim that the free agent cornerback is making excellent progress in his recovery.
Grimes is coming off of two injury-plagued seasons, but combined for 11 interceptions the two years prior while earning a Pro Bowl bid in 2010.
For the value that he brings when healthy and the diminished price tag he'll command in free agency, this makes Grimes a very intriguing player to consider come the start of free agent signing.