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In case you didn’t know by now, the Miami Dolphins defense struggled last season. The group was ranked 29th overall and 30th against the run, which led to some changes this offseason.

This is reflective in ESPN draft expert Mel Kiper Jr.’s “Grade A” mock draft. This version is not predicting who the Dolphins will take. It is a projection of what Miami can do to receive the best possible draft grade.

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The Dolphins’ casa is Kiko Alonso’s casa.

The linebacker of Cuban-Colombian heritage answers affectionately in Spanish to a question on what he likes about the city of Miami and the team, saying he feels completely at home with the large contingent of Latino fans and his teammates:

Me siento en casa, con todos los fanáticos Latinos y con todos mis compañeros en el equipo.”

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Editor’s note: This list was first published last year and has been updated with the Rams’ 2016 appearance on “Hard Knocks.”

It’s the Tampa Bay Buccaneers‘ turn to be placed in the NFL spotlight as the subject of the league’s popular HBO reality series “Hard Knocks.” The show debuts Aug. 8, soon after training camp opens.

What lies ahead for the Bucs? If the previous 11 seasons of “Hard Knocks” are any indication, lots of drama, crushing injuries and maybe even a brawl or two.

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DAVIE, Fla. — The Miami Dolphins hold their lowest first-round draft slot in seven years following their 10-win season and playoff run in 2016. Miami holds seven picks total and currently is the only NFL team without fourth-round and sixth-round selections this year.

But with so much speculation and chatter about this year’s quarterback class, could the Dolphins find trade opportunities late in the first round to acquire more picks?

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With the NFL draft just three weeks away, most of the attention is on the holes in each roster.

But what about the positions Miami Dolphins likely won’t address in this draft? With seven picks, the Dolphins cannot fix or add depth everywhere.

With that in mind, here are several positions Miami likely will avoid in this year’s NFL draft:

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The path to franchise success in the NFL has always been the draft, and picking great players remains essential to building a winner. So we were curious: Which draft provided each NFL team with its best haul of talent?

To find each team’s best draft class ever, first we had to define “best.” Fortunately, there’s Pro Football Reference’s Approximate Value (AV) metric. AV is a composite measure of a player’s value to his team, based roughly on game appearances, game starts and awards such as Pro Bowl and All-Pro selections. Meaningful individual stats also help determine a player’s AV, and the metric is boosted for players who are members of winning teams.

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The Miami Dolphins will have some money to spend as the NFL released the official cap number for the 2017 season.
Teams have been waiting for the official cap announcement that came a short while ago from the NFLPA via Twitter. The cap in 2017 will rise to $167 million. It’s the 4th time in as many years that the cap has risen by more than $10 million. And to think the players thought they got a bad deal in the last CBA.

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As the fan base unleashes one collective eye roll, the Dolphins are at the NFL Combine vetting possible picks for the offensive line. An organization that spent three of its last six first-round on linemen and committed more money to that unit than all but five teams last season needs help up front.

Spending an early-round selection on a lineman might sound boring, and the very thought that the o-line remains unsettled despite the resources dedicated to that group lately is a bit jarring, but Miami is making a responsible move by reworking its line.

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Dolphins Head Coach Adam Gase met with the media Thursday afternoon in Indianapolis. Hear what Coach Gase had to say about impeding free agents as well as how his first year as a Head Coach went.

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The Miami Dolphins agreed to a trade Monday to acquire Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Julius Thomas for a 2017 seventh-round draft pick, a source told ESPN’s Adam Caplan, confirming multiple reports.

In a separate deal, the Jaguars acquired Dolphins left tackle Branden Albert for a 2018 seventh-round pick, league sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.


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