Last summer, the Miami Dolphins made a splash by reigning in NFL superstars Brandon Marshall and Karlos Dansby. But in their effort to stud the team's roster with stars, Stephen Ross and his staff failed to fill a whole slew of positions suffering from their own respective issues.
Namely, the Dolphins failed to address an aging running back corps, an inexperienced offensive line, a shady crop of complements to Dansby, and an offense lacking any explosiveness and speed.
But with the 2011 offseason comes a fresh batch of free agents, and a chance for the Dolphins to patch the many holes and leaks plaguing its current roster. Not all of the following 15 players will hit the open market, but those who do should and could be targets for Miami.