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Cap space - about 50M (spotrac)

 

Resign:

Rhodes - 2/17M

 

Cap Space - 42M

 

FA:

 

Carl Lawson - 4y/40M

Romeo Okwara - 4y/40M I trust Ballard but he doesnt have the best track record for drafting edge rushers so lets double down in FA on two that we know can get five or more sacks

Jonnu Smith - 4y/32M

Joe Haeg - 1y/1.5M

 

Cap Space - 12.5M

 

Draft:

Miami got desperate and gave us both of their twos for our first 

Most picks may go earlier but they could fall

 

R2P4 - Liam Eichenberg OT

R2P18 - Greg Newsome CB

R2P22 - Tutu Atwell WR (Let TY walk but replaced him with his reincarnation) 

R4P22 - Richard Lecounte S 

R5P21 - Monty Rice LB

R6P21 - Khyris Tonga DT

R7P21 - Tristan Hoge G/C

 

Roster:

 

QB - Wentz, Eason

RB - Taylor, Hines, Wilkens

WR - Pittman, Pascal, Patmon

WR - Atwell, Campbell, Dulin

TE - Smith, Doyle, MAC

LT - Eichenberg, Haeg

LG - Nelson

C - Kelly, Hoge

RG - Glowinski, Pinter

RT - Smith

 

DE- Okwara, Turray

3T - Buckner, Lewis

NT - Stewart, Tonga

DE - Lawson, Banogu

WLB - Leonard, Glasgow 

MLB - Okereke, Speed, Rice

SLB - Franklin, Adams

CB - Rhodes, Ya-sin, Rodgers

FS - Blackman, Odum

SS - Willis, Lecounte

CB - Moore, Newsome

 

K - Blankenship

P - Sanchez

LS - Rhodes 

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The trade is just not realistic and it would be odd to see us re-sign only one player, let the rest walk and then sign that many free agents. With that said I like most of the personnel except Carl Lawson. The draft is great, the trade just doesn't make sense from the Dolphins standpoint. There is plenty to like here.

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