Certainly, there are a few concerns for the Miami Dolphins going into the 2011 season, that is if there is one. The team currently lacks stability on offense, especially at quarterback, running back and the interior of the offensive line.
Then there is the way the team from South Florida ended the season with losses to woeful Cleveland and Detroit before being blasted by a New England team without much to play for.
But enough of the negativity, one thing that Miami is well set for is free agency. See, the Dolphins only have 11 unrestricted free agents, two restricted free agents, and three exclusive rights free agents, according to the current player designations.
There is a chance that some player designations will change with a new collective bargaining agreement, but that will even benefit the Dolphins further if a player such as nose tackle Paul Soliai is regarded as a restricted free agent instead of an unrestricted free agent.
Regardless, there is no need for Dolfans to worry because everyone of the free agents is replaceable and most probably should be allowed to depart.
Here is an in-depth look at each of Miami's free agents: