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When looking at the Dolphins' impending free agents, most fans expected Paul Soliai to return and Randy Starks to find a bigger contract elsewhere.
However, Soliai has already been getting major interest from other teams and may be walking out the door as well, according to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald.
In the blink of an eye, the Dolphins could go from having two Pro Bowl-caliber defensive tackles on the roster to none.
That would means they have to go out and find one.
If they go through the draft, there are a few very talented options both early and late.
Louis Nix III, Aaron Donald, Ra'Shede Hageman and Timmy Jernigan are elite defensive tackles who will likely go in the first round.
All four can step right in and do just as well as Soliai or Starks.
But if the Dolphins want to gamble a bit more, they could try to grab someone like Stephon Tuitt, Will Sutton, Dominique Easley or DaQuan Jones in the second or third round.
Either way, if Starks and Soliai both leave, the Dolphins will need to find replacements in the draft or free agency.