Found June 20, 2013 on Dolphin Shout:
Let me start off by saying this has been a very exciting offseason, whether you like/agree or not with them is another thing, but there is no one that can say it hasn't at least been interesting. With all of the comings and goings that have occurred, the writers here at the Shout have decided to break down the Dolphins by position groups. It is my duty to bring you the secondary. Here we will have a few new names and we have said goodbye to a couple old friends. Let me start with the departure of Sean Smith. Smith was a very good cover corner. He was in the right position to make a play more often than not. Unfortunately for Smith and Dolphins fans, he dropped more than he caught. The outcome of many games could have been changed if he had hung on to a few of those possible interceptions. I'm not going to go into Smith's stats. We all know the interceptions just weren't there, so now he's not here. On to the guys that are here: Reshad Jones, S Jo...

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