His cap hit will be just under $1.8 million. That means the Dolphins have about $109 million on the books for 2013, putting them $14 million under the cap. However, the Dolphins rolled over $5 million from last year, so their true number is $19 million. Consider that they'll put aside $6 million for rookies and they have about $13 million to play with right now.
I'd love to see us add Eric Winston and Elvis Dumervil. If we did that, and focused on defensive secondary in the draft, then I think we'd be primed for a playoff run.