Guest Blog: By Keith Sims (Dolphins Guard 1990-1997, 3-time Pro Bowl selection)
These games are in random order. There are wins and losses. This was a fun exercise to think back on those games. Enjoy my list!
With just hours until the Carolina Panthers go on the clock with the first overall pick in this year’s NFL Draft, I figured I should take one more swing at what I think will happen with the Dolphins’ first round choice (#15).
Of course, it would be impossible to predict just one potential outcome, so here is a list of things, in no particular order, that could happen.
With the start of the NFL Draft now less than a week away, it’s time to start analyzing what the decision makers are saying. Yesterday, Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland met with the media and discussed several of the big Fins-related issues that are coming around the corner, both in the draft and in free agency. John Congemi breaks it all down…
Jeff Ireland’s Pre-Draft Press Conference
Jeff Ireland stepped to the podium yesterday and had a lot to say about the process and evaluations that have been taking place leading up to this year’s draft.
After publishing my second attempt at a mock draft last week, I thought today was a good day to re-visit what some of the “experts” think will happen when the Dolphins are put on the clock at #15 next Thursday night. As always, mock drafts do not take the possibility of a trade into account, though if you want to know more about potential trades, I’ve written about that, as well.
With so many mock drafts continuing to suggest that the Dolphins will take Alabama RB Mark Ingram at #15 and with my continued assertion that he isn’t worth drafting at that position because “running backs are a dime a dozen,” I figured it was time to share with you some of the other RBs who could have an impact in this year’s draft.