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2012 Free Agents
QB – Chad Henne (UFA), Sage Rosenfels (UFA)
RB – Steve Slaton (MIA), Lex Hillard (RFA)
WR – Jeron Masturd (RFA)
OT – Veron Carey (UFA), Lyndon Murtha (RFA)
DE – Kendall Langford (UFA), Phillip Merling (UFA), Igor Olshansky (MIA)
NT – Paul Soliai (UFA)
LB – Ikaika Alama-Francis (UFA), Jason Taylor (UFA), Austin Spitler (ERFA)
DB – Will Allen (UFA)
2012 Team Needs
QB, G/T, S – Matt Moore is at the helm of a Dolphins team that is playing much closer to their potential now.  However, to think that Matt Moore is the long term solution in Miami is foolish.  Matt Moore is completing 63% of his passes at 7.3 yards per pass, but he is not the sole reason that this team is playing well.  His touchdown to interception ratio is not even quite 2 to 1 and he has fumbled 9 times in only 8 games.  Matt Moore is a trendy name right now, but we have to remember that he was in Carolina at the beginning of last season too, and we saw how that turned out.  This team needs to use a first round draft pick to secure a franchise quarterback if one is available when they pick.  Keep in mind the Dolphins have not used a 1st round pick on a signal caller since 1983, when they selected Dan Marino.  The Dolphins actually have a talented roster and they do not have as many holes to fill as some of the other teams drafting around them.  With that being said, they could afford to invest a pick in a left guard or right tackle.  Yeremiah Bell and Rashad Jones have not exactly been game changers on the back end, so adding some talent at safety would be a good idea.