That realigns the mystery of whom we will pick. Unless Dwayne Haskins or Kyler Murray falls to the Dolphins (I can make a list of good QBs whom we've overlooked in the draft), I can see us focusing more on building the trenches in the first two rounds. Maybe even drafting another linebacker. While I HATE trading down, this may be the best year to do that to add another 2nd or 3rd round pick.
Dolphins GM Chris Grier said the team will "definitely consider" selecting a quarterback in this year's draft. Grier also praised signee QB Jake Rudock (who has thrown a total of five career passes), noting the 2016 sixth-rounder was a "big kid" who was "in a similar offense." Grier said no decision had been made on the future of Ryan Tannehill just yet, a lie as transparent as the notion the Dolphins are trying to win in 2019. Miami will undoubtedly take a chance on a signal-caller in April's draft, but he could simply be a project who plays behind a one-year veteran stop-gap until the team can lockdown a top-three pick this upcoming season. It's still plausible the Dolphins restructure Tannehill's contract in order to maneuver a trade rather than outright release him as they go for broke in what will clearly be a rebuilding year. http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/11266/chris-grier