7 Defensive Ends the Miami Dolphins Should Consider in the 2013 NFL Draft

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7 Defensive Ends the Miami Dolphins Should Consider in the 2013 NFL Draft
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The Miami Dolphins have put themselves in a pretty good position for the 2013 NFL draft after filling some holes and adding significant talent during free agency.

With the draft only four days away, starting on Thursday, April 25, it's time to really narrow our focus position by position and look at who the Dolphins could take in the draft.

They have the 12th overall pick and then two picks in the second, third and fifth rounds, as well as one pick in the fourth round. With a number of positions still able to be upgraded, the Dolphins will have different prospects targeted for the first couple of rounds as well as the middle rounds.

I already looked at seven cornerbacks the Dolphins could consider. As I did in that article, I'm attempting to spread out the prospects in order to give an idea of who they might look at depending on the spot in the draft.

The Dolphins need to add another pass-rusher to go along with Cam Wake and Olivier Vernon would be great as a rotational guy, but they really need another talented prospect there.

Here are seven players who could potentially fill that void on Miami's defensive line.

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