2013 NFL Draft
There is a position battle happening on the Miami Dolphins that nobody would’ve expected when training camp began.
NFL training camps are beginning to wrap up as teams continue making their way through the preseason. It’s a time for players and coaches to sharpen their skills in preparation for the upcoming season. It’s also a time for fans to keep track of which players they may want to draft in their fantasy football leagues and which players they want to avoid.
The Miami Dolphins opened offseason team activities this week and even though you might need a depth chart to correctly identify all of the new faces, the team is excited about what the future holds.
The Miami Dolphins have signed three draft picks. Linebacker Jelani Jenkins, defensive back Don Jones and kicker Caleb Sturgis signed with the team on Wednesday.
The Miami Dolphins made a bold move Thursday night in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft by trading with the Oakland Raiders and selecting Oregon defensive end Dion Jordan with the third overall pick.
The NFL Draft is a little more than 24 hours away and business is about to pick up in a major way in the National Football League and for the Miami Dolphins.
The Miami Dolphins may be ready to fill the team’s open left tackle job with Kansas City Chiefs left tackle Branden Albert if the teams can agree on draft pick compensation, depending on which NFL insider you want to believe.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers acquired cornerback Darrelle Revis from the New York Jets late Sunday in a trade that will send Tampa’s first-round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft and a conditional pick in the 2014 Draft to the Jets.
The Miami Dolphins have pretty big shoes to fill on either the left or right side of the offensive line heading into the 2013 NFL Draft. The Fins let LT Jake Long leave in free agency and will either move Jonathan Martin to left tackle or keep him at right tackle and draft a replacement for Long.
Last year, quarterbacks were the dominant theme heading into the NFL Draft with Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin, III leading the way. This year, it’s entirely possible a quarterback may not get drafted in the top 10 picks thanks to recent quarterback movements.