The Miami Dolphins didn't waste any time during free agency. The goal was to get Ryan Tannehill as many weapons as possible and they did.
They were able to lure in the top wide receiver in Mike Wallace, re-sign Brian Hartline, sign a quality player in Brandon Gibson and sign the seam threat tight end they were so desperately searching for with Dustin Keller.
The Dolphins also addressed their need at cornerback by signing Brent Grimes. He's coming off an Achilles injury, but if healthy, he really improves Miami's secondary.
Jeff Ireland also brought in Lance Louis to compete with John Jerry at right guard.
So after all those signings, in what direction does Miami go in the draft?
They still have to upgrade the right tackle position, find one or two quality cornerbacks, find a blocking tight end, complement Cameron Wake with another pass-rusher and improve depth at other positions.