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With the 2013 NFL Draft less than two weeks ago, the Dolphins are pretty stacked and in good position, currently holding onto 11 picks and the no. 12 spot in the first round. They could however, look to trade up into the top 3 if the opportunity presents itself. “I’ve got enough ammunition to get to the first pick if I wanted to, but I don’t see myself doing that, personally,” Dolphisn GM Jeff Ireland said, via the  Palm Beach Post. “If I get another [Mike] Pouncey and another Jake Long, I would do it every draft. I wish I had a whole team full of Mike Pounceys and Jake Longs, to be honest with you. I know what I’m getting every single day with those guys.” They lost Jake Long in free agency and could very well look to make a splash on a highly touted offensive lineman once again. It was reported earlier  that the team was impressed with with Oklahoma tackle Lane Johnson, who projects to go early in the first round. var switchTo5x=true; stLight.options({publisher:''});

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