Found February 10, 2013 on The Penalty Flag:
If you’re a Miami Dolphins fan, you must be excited about what this Dolphins offense is going to look like in 2013. The Dolphins come into the offseason with around 44 million to spend, but the Miami Dolphins 2013 offensive draft needs might not be fixed with that money. It also wouldn’t be fiscally smart to spend it all on free agents when you can pick up players in the draft to fill those holes on the cheap... Read more
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