With a year of hindsight, Sports Illustrated’s Don Banks decided to redraft the first round, and a pair of Dolphins rookies, well, they wouldn’t be Dolphins at all, because their strong rookie seasons improved their retro-draft status. Read More
Each year the NFL Draft becomes a bigger and bigger event and each year more and more players make the trip from college towns around the country to New York City to wait for their names to be called and head onto the stage to meet the Commissioner.
This year, a record 26 players, ranging alphabetically from Barron (Mark, safety, Alabama) to Wright (Kendall, wide receiver, Baylor) will be present at Radio City Music Hall for the festivities.
If the Dolphins truly are interested in Tannehill, they may need to attempt to gauge the interest of the Cleveland Browns, who own the fourth overall selection.
But should the Dolphins–or any team interested in Tannehill–trade up to the third spot for the Texas A&M quarterback?