Do the Miami Dolphins still have the cap room to sign more players?
The answer is an easy yes. Despite a big spending binge to start free agency, the Dolphins are still a good $16 million under the cap, along with possessing another $9.3 million in saved cap space due to Kevin Burnett and Karlos Dansby coming off the cap on June 1.
The $16 million Miami has on hand can all be spent (special thanks to Kevin Nogle of The Phinsider for that piece of information).
There are also more holes Miami must fill via free agency and the draft. While the draft should be a good one for Miami if only because of their 11 draft picks (with five of those 11 coming in the first three rounds), there is still a good number of veteran players that could help push this team to the next level and allow them to better compete with the New England Patriots for AFC East supremacy.
However, the question is: What available players are likely to do that? Last week I took a look at who the Dolphins should be pursuing (with updates based on some breaking news of a day that saw one player signed by Miami, one player signed by another team, and an infamous yet unfortunate fax machine incident that added a player to that list).
This week I rank the potential free agents in the order of how likely Miami will sign them.