Will Branden Albert become the next left tackle for the Miami Dolphins? That’s the question that is officially on the clock for Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland as the NFL Draft approaches on Thursday.
The Miami Dolphins have a hole at left tackle and are reportedly considering trading for Kansas City Chiefs left tackle Branden Albert, a former first-round pick. The biggest question is would it be that much of an upgrade for the Fins?
The rumors heading into the 2013 NFL Draft next Thursday are that the Miami Dolphins are considering moving up in the first round to draft one of the elite left tackles available this year, namely Luke Joeckel or Eric Fisher.
The Miami Dolphins may keep Jonathan Martin at left tackle for the 2013 season if they can’t re-sign Jake Long, but that would open a spot at right tackle for the Fins to fill once again in the offseason.
The Miami Dolphins have a quality starting quarterback on the bench, but are needy at wide receiver. The Kansas City Chiefs have a star receiver, but no quarterback worth starting on the roster.
One of the Miami Marlins top NL East rivals will not have one of their top recent draft picks on the roster to start the regular season.
It’s long been assumed that Carl Peterson would eventually take over the Miami Dolphins. After Tuesday’s interview with Jeff Fisher, it appears Peterson is already beginning to put his imprint on the Dolphins.
The consensus number one NFL prospect for the 2012 draft is Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck. With the NFL season in full-swing, a few teams, including the Miami Dolphins have already been entered into the “Suck for Luck,” race.
Miami-Dade Schools Police are looking for a man accused inappropriate contact with a minor.
The Miami Dolphins apparently still aren’t comfortable with their corps of running backs. The team announced a pair of moves Tuesday morning that saw Kory Sheets leave the team, and former Kansas City Chief Larry Johnson welcomed to the team.