For all intents and purposes, the offseason is officially over for the Miami Dolphins.
The signing season saw Miami make the biggest waves in free agency, while the draft saw the Dolphins as one of the most active teams.
After rookie minicamp and OTAs, we're now a mere month away from training camp in Davie, with most of the pieces for the Dolphins firmly in place.
So what better time than now* to take a look at the Dolphins offseason and grade their major moves. From the signing of Mike Wallace, to the big trade up for Dion Jordan, we will be taking a look at Miami's biggest free agency signings and draft trades and assessing what grade they deserve for their risks.
Of course, the real grade will come at the end of next season with the simple question of whether or not the Dolphins made the playoffs. But for now, these preliminary grades should give you a general idea of how well the Dolphins navigated the NFL's 2013 offseason.
*Of course, a better time would be if or when the Dolphins wind up signing fullback Vontae Leach, however, that grade will come when and if a signing is announced.