As the first week of free agency concludes, one thing seems clear about the Miami Dolphins.
They have a plan for this offseason. All indications say that it's going off without a hitch thus far.
While most would call Miami's first week of free agency a success—even if you think they overpaid—the Dolphins still have a long way to go. Free agency has been a boon to the wealthy Dolphins, but the more important part of the offseason still looms.
You can bet Miami's actions in the first week of free agency have influenced how the team will approach the 2013 NFL Draft. Wide receiver suddenly isn't as pressing an issue. Neither is tight end.
However, some areas are now more glowingly important. Miami has been relatively quiet in dealing with cornerbacks, a position at which the team desperately needs help. And if Jake Long does end up leaving Miami for St. Louis, the Dolphins must then scour the assembly of young tackles present at the draft.
With these considerations in mind, here's the first seven-round mock draft for the Dolphins following the opening week of free agency.