It is safe to say the Miami Dolphins have quite a few holes to fill during the offseason. With uncertainty surrounding the NFL's collective bargaining agreement, the draft could be the only sure-fire way for teams to bolster their rosters.
Miami is in a tough spot. It holds only two picks within the first three rounds. Its second-round pick this year is in the hand of the Denver Broncos. That pick was one of the two second-round picks Miami sent to Denver in return for Brandon Marshall.
Miami will need a solid draft if it wants to take a step forward next season.