The Miami Dolphins should use this off-season blueprint
IDL/EDGE Emmanuel Ogbah – Miami return’s their bull-rushing lineman. Continuity!
IDL Zach Seiler – The high-energy, fan-favorite, looks to continue building on his success of last year.
NT Raekwon Davis – Arguably the most important player, in regards to stopping the run. Should look to take yet another step next season, in his third year.
IDL Christian Wilkins – A favorite to receive the “Fifth-Year Option”. Wilkins took a major leap last year, becoming a disruptive player on the Dolphin’s defensive-line.
Daeshon Hall – recently signed. Has played for the Panthers and Eagles. Should be viewed as a camp-body.
IDL Jordan Willis (49ers) – 1 YR, minimum. Willis is a player that can hold the role of a 3-technique for the Dolphins. Very intriguing depth-player, and obviously familiar with Coach McDaniels.
Jaelan Phillips – broke the Dolphin’s Rookie-Record for most sacks in a season. High ceiling player that should be expected to continue developing, quickly.
Andrew Van Ginkel – High energy stalwart for the Dolphins. Motor is always firing. Entering a contract-year.
Darius Hodge – Mid-season acquisition. Special-Teams player.
Jerome Baker – the glue-guy of the defense. Baker has developed a penchant for getting to the quarterback in Miami’s zero-blitz scheme.
Duke Riley – Solid speacial-teamed. Can fill-in at linebacker, if needed.
Calvin Munson – See, Duke Riley.