An NFL team’s roster churns every offseason, but the changes may be more noticeable this year because of the arrival of Joe Philbin, Mike Sherman and Kevin Coyle. A different schematic philosophy tends to translate into roster turnover to ease the transition.
Sun-Sentinel’s Omar Kelly did a good job breaking down who the Dolphins have brought in to replace several outgoing players and what it potentially means moving forward.
For the all uncertainty that remains, it’s interesting to look at certain position groups–the quarterbacks and wide receivers, in particular–and see how much more depth there is this year than last.
What do you think?
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