The 5 Moves the Miami Dolphins Must Avoid in Free Agency

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The 5 Moves the Miami Dolphins Must Avoid in Free Agency
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The NFL free agency period doesn't officially start until March 11, and I can already say with confidence that I like what the Miami Dolphins have done thus far. 

I'm referring to the Brent Grimes contract, which is reported by Omar Kelly of The Sun-Sentinel as being a four year deal worth $32 million, with only $16 million guaranteed

I love this deal for every reason stated: Grimes is a two-time Pro Bowl player whose performance in 2013 was instrumental in the success Miami's secondary had, yet the amount of guaranteed money doesn't hinder Miami too much in the future. 

I can't wait to see the year-by-year details of the deal, which so far have not been posted to Spotrac.com. 

That eliminates my "letting go of Brent Grimes" slide from this list, which details the five moves that Miami must avoid in free agency. 

Why should Miami avoid these five moves? For the reasons that I will explain on each slide. 

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