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RT @Seano13: Still think we need to get more physical as a team through the draft? » Not sure that's a priority anymore. Adding speed, not size is.
MY TAKE: Once General Manager Jeff Ireland began running the show the offseason before the 2011 draft he placed an emphasis on speed, and finding players that create mismatches.
That was Ireland's philosophy, which strayed from Bill Parcells' "bigger is better" approach.
That offseason the Dolphins traded for Reggie Bush, drafted Clyde Gates, the fastest receiver in the 2011 draft, and selected an H-back in Charles Clay, whom they hoped would create mismatches against linebackers.
RT @Peeds28: What top three players in free agency would you go after? In order » Receivers Mike Wallace and/or Greg Jennings, free safety Jairus Byrd and tight end Dustin Keller.
MY TAKE: Speaking of proven commodities, after looking at the top rated receivers in the 2013 draft I've concluded the safest bet for the Dolphins would be to add a veteran like Wallace and/or Jennings.
I single out those two because owner Steve Ross specifically said the Dolphins will add a receiver who is "explosive."
That word stuck with me because it doesn't exactly describe Dwayne Bowe or Wes Welker. And Jennings barely makes the cut. However, I could be wrong because nobody knows how free agency will play out. Teams don't control free agency. The players and their agents do.
I single out Byrd and Keller as the other free agents I'd pursue for the Dolphins because both would upgrade positions of need, and weaken an AFC East division rival.