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Daniel Jeremiah of the NFL Network believes the Miami Dolphins will end up drafting a cornerback in the second round after losing Sean Smith in free agency.
I believe the Miami Dolphins will draft a cornerback in the second round.
The Dolphins found Sean Smith in the second round back in 2009, and I think that is where they will find his replacement, as well. I’d look for Miami to land safety Kenny Vaccaro, tight end Tyler Eifert or offensive guard Chance Warmack with its top selection at No. 12 overall.
I think the two biggest needs the Phins have going into this weekend’s draft is at offensive tackle and cornerback.
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From TA: My understanding is #Dolphins are willing to meet Branden Albert’s contract demands of similar $$ to Duane Brown. Waiting on KC
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 22, 2013
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