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Late Bloomers: Raw Prospects Worth Drafting Early

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

ZACH BAUN, OLB WISCONSIN I only included a highlight film here, but if you see this guy really come out of nowhere, to combine instincts with the incredible get off - very undersized for a regular DE, so will play OLB in a traditional 4-3 set. Has the athleticism to get out into the flat and make plays - arm length a plus. on my board - would not cry if we took him at 19, will not make it past Patriots at 23, IMO.

Feedback on draft’s other QBs if Dolphins don’t land Tua or Herbert or trade for Burrow

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

We’ve noted, back in January, the Dolphins believe a fourth quarterback in this draft — Utah State’s Jordan Love — has NFL starter potential, and have given strong thought to drafting him in the right spot, but there’s a belief internally that picking him fifth would be too high. With every other quarterback prospect in this draft, the odds of finding a long-term quality starter begin to diminish. And what about the idea of taking two quarterbacks?

Arizona Cardinals can be a 2020 Wild Card Team

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Earlier this week, I talked about the Miami Dolphins having an outside chance to make an appearance in the AFC playoffs this upcoming season. Now, I will make a case for the Arizona Cardinals in the NFC. Last year, the Cardinals brought in a new head coach, Kliff Kingsbury, who installed the Air Raid system that he used as a college coach. The team also drafted QB Kyler Murray with the first overall draft pick.

NFL Draft Order 2020: Predicting Players for Teams with Multiple 1st-Round Picks

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Predictions For Teams With Multiple 1st-Round Picks Miami Dolphins Picks: No. No. and No.

Even if the Dolphins could trade up to top pick, should they? A revealing exercise

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

The Bengals get picks No. and a 2021 first-round pick from the Dolphins. The Lions get picks No.

5 reasons why Herbert should be happy if the Dolphins select him in the 2020 NFL draft

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Justin Herbert is widely considered one of top three quarterbacks in the 2020 NFL draft. The former Oregon Ducks’ star is expected to to hear his name called very early in the first round. Herbert, along with former Alabama star Tua Tagovailoa and former Louisiana State quarterback Joe Burrow, have been placed at the top of the list at the position by most draft evaluators.

Ranking all 4 Detroit Lions trade down scenarios by ESPN

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Throughout all of draft season, trading down has seemed to be a highly-preferred option for the Detroit Lions at No. Given the quarterback talent in this year’s draft, the Lions are in a prime position with a top-tier pick but no pressing need for finding a franchise quarterback. They could certainly take advantage of a needy team and bring in a haul, which is certainly needed given Detroit’s leaky roster.

Joe Burrow ‘happy’ to play with Dolphins, chances team trades up to get him appear slim: report

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

LSU quarterback Joe Burrow is expected to be picked first overall in the NFL Draft by the Cincinnati Bengals later this month, but there could be a slim possibility the Miami Dolphins are looking to trade up to get the Heisman Trophy winner. After leading the LSU Tigers to their fourth national championship earlier this year, Burrow became the top pick for teams in the league shopping for a quarterback.

Dolphins Rumors: Latest Buzz on Tua, Justin Herbert, 2020 NFL Draft

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

The Miami Dolphins are expected to select a quarterback with the No. overall pick in the 2020 NFL draft. Most mock drafts have the AFC East side choosing Alabama's Tua Tagovailoa, who would likely be the second signal-caller off the board behind LSU's Joe Burrow.

Phinsider Radio: Dolphins needs and potential movement in the 2020 NFL draft

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

In this episode of Phinsider Radio, Jake and I discuss the latest NFL draft rumors surrounding the Miami Dolphins. Is their love for Justin Herbert genuine? Could they make a move for LSU QB Joe Burrow or will they stay at #5 and take whichever quarterback falls into their lap?