The Miami Dolphins' Offseason Plan

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The Miami Dolphins' Offseason Plan
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With around $30 million in salary cap space and five draft picks in the first three rounds, Jeff Ireland has positioned himself well for the offseason.

It’s do or die for Ireland, who is entering the final year of his contract, and he knows the pressure is on to succeed.

Miami has a number of glaring holes in the roster, most notably in the playmaker department, but they are also likely to lose some key starters this offseason, which will only add to the front office’s challenge.

However, Dolphins’ owner Steve Ross is preparing to splash the cash. He wants a winning team in Miami, and Ireland knows that the only way to save his job is to deliver it.

That means spending Ross’ cash.

So what can be done with the huge salary cap surplus and a possible seven picks in the first four rounds (if Miami is awarded a compensatory pick as expected)?

I’m going to unveil my offseason master plan, which aims to return the Miami Dolphins to the NFL playoffs.

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