The Miami Dolphins haven’t tipped their hand as to who they may select in the first round of the NFL Draft starting Thursday night. If you’re looking for proof of this, consider the latest news from ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
While there is still a lot in flux for the Miami Dolphins as the hours dwindle to the beginning of the 2013 NFL Draft, a new name is starting to emerge as a possible target for the Fins in the first round.
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 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 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 annual NFL Draft is a little more than a week away and trying to figure out what any team is going to do is more difficult than trying to stop New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in the playoffs.
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.
The 2013 Miami Dolphins offensive line is set at two positions, left guard and center. The Dolphins hope to be set at a third position, right guard, but it all rests on how much John Jerry wants the job.