The 2010 Miami Dolphins are probably deeper in talent than the franchise has been in recent memory.
As such, one would figure that roster cuts would be extremely difficult for the Dolphins' brain trust.
I'm not buying it.
At best, there are 10-12 tough roster decisions and that's probably generous.
This article isn't about players such as Tristan Davis, Ray Feinga, Nate Ness, Roberto Wallace, Rolly Lumbala, Evan Ogelsby, Ikaika Alama-Francis, Taurus Johnson, Marlon Moore, Lydon Murtha, Ross Weaver and Julius Pruitt.
If one of these guys make the roster it will be a shock. These players (no offense gentleman, it's a tremendous accomplishment to make it to an NFL training camp) are nothing more fodder and fresh meat to grind during "two a days".
No, this article is about 10 players that the front office and coaching staff will scrutinize and deliberate on.
At the end, I'll tell you which ones I think will make it, and which ones won't. But read through, and make your predictions as well.