The Miami Dolphins made a big splash this offseason when they traded a second round pick to the Denver Broncos for Brandon Marshall. They promptly signed Marshall to a four-year, $47.5 million contract.
Despite losing Ted Ginn, Jr., the Dolphins made a huge upgrade at receiver with the acquisition of Marshall, who had 101 catches for 1,120 yards and 10 touchdowns for the Broncos last year. He was unstoppable at times, regardless of opposing defenses' constant double-teams. He should give similar production for the Dolphins this year, who have a better quarterback in Chad Henne than Marshall had last year in Kyle Orton.
Brian Hartline should continue to develop this year, especially with so much defensive attention focused on Marshall. He had a solid rookie season, with 31 catches for 506 yards, and he should put up much bigger numbers in 2010. Hartline has good speed, and he has shown the ability to make big plays.