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Adding to the anxiety is Miami's lack of full-time game experience at outside linebacker. As long as Taylor was around, lack of depth was the problem, the kind of problem that a little time and drilling by coach Tony Sparano and his assistants can address.
With the draft finally here, though, and with six of last year's playoff teams showing up on the first half of the Dolphins' freshly released 2010 NFL schedule, it's starting to feel like time is up.
All the alarms are ringing. All the red lights are blinking, and one of them is nose tackle, where Parcells' old bulwark, Jason Ferguson, is simultaneously coming off an injury and shut down by an eight-game league suspension.
If the Dolphins take Tennessee's massive Dan Williams with the 12th pick overall, Miami fans will fret over not getting any of the linebackers or defensive ends available to approximate what JT used to bring.
Switch the previous sentence around and read it the other way to arrive at another panicky fan and media reaction, the one that will result if Parcells passes on Williams and takes an outside pass rusher instead in the opening round.
There's just no getting it all done in one night, and two nights may not be enough either,