Miami Dolphins: 2011's Most Needed Draft & Free Agent Offensive Moves

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Miami Dolphins: 2011's Most Needed Draft & Free Agent Offensive Moves

Over two months ago, I wrote an article about offensive issues the Dolphins desperately needed to address that would positively affect the team for the now and later.  After the 2010 season, it became very clear Miami was a few steps behind on the offensive line, quarterback and general speed areas, only to be hit with an ensuing drought on the running back position by the start of 2011.

Things have changed since I published the initial article on February 14th, with a significant portion of the free agents I mentioned interest in were either re-signed or found new homes.  Miami seems to be reluctant towards shopping the market until a new collective bargaining agreement is in place, which, for better or for worse, is probably a good idea.

No one has any clue whether or not there will be a salary cap, what the new regulations on trades will be, or even if the NFL will be up and running for this season.  Around this time last year, I was marveling over the fact the Phins had signed Karlos Dansby and traded for Brandon Marshall, and now, we’re not really sure if we’ll have that veteran addition signing moment anytime soon.

Nonetheless, here’s to the boys; let’s dream.

Here’s an updated version of the offensive moves I think Miami should make in the 2011 offseason.

Check out the first piece here

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