The Miami Dolphins entered the offseason with a number of pressing needs.
Dennis Hickey has gotten off to a good start over the first week of free agency, bringing in upgrades at a few key positions.
The new Dolphins general manager signed Louis Delmas to replace Chris Clemons, Earl Mitchell to replace Paul Soliai and Cortland Finnegan to replace Dimitri Patterson.
He also brought back Randy Starks and added Branden Albert and Shelley Smith to upgrade the offensive line.
For a look at some of the expectations for these new free-agent signings, you can check out my recent article.
But while we look at how the new guys will perform next season, Hickey will be hard at work, as there are still a handful of positions that need to be addressed for Miami.
For starters, what will the Dolphins do with the rest of their offensive line?
There is also the question of if they are they going to look for an upgrade in the backfield or at linebacker?
There is clearly still plenty of work left to do so let's take a look at the five biggest needs the Dolphins need to address in the rest of the offseason.