The Miami Dolphins currently have six selections into the NFL draft, including the 14th overall pick in the first round.
The Miami Dolphins currently have six selections in the NFL draft, including the 14th pick in the first round.
They added a fifth-round pick from the Minnesota Vikings in a deal last month that sent wide receiver Mike Wallace and a seventh-round pick Miami had originally acquired from the San Francisco 49ers to Minnesota.
The team's seventh-rounder was dealt to the Baltimore Ravens in March in exchange for tackle Bryant McKinnie. That pick was subsequently flipped to the Detroit Lions and later to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
In free agency, the Dolphins added star defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh from the Detroit Lions. They also signed linebacker Spencer Paysinger from the New York Giants, cornerback Brice McCain from the Pittsburgh Steelers, corner Zackary Bowman from the Giants, guard Jeff Linkenbach from the Kansas City Chiefs, tight end Jordan Cameron from the Cleveland Browns, guard Jacques McClendon from the Jacksonville Jaguars and center J.D. Walton from the Giants.
Going into the draft, the Dolphins have needs at linebacker, guard and safety.
Below are the selections Miami is scheduled to make in the draft:
Round 1, Pick 14 (14th overall)
Round 2, Pick 14 (47th overall)
Round 4, Pick 15 (114th overall)
Round 5, Pick 13 (149th overall)
Round 5, Pick 14 (150th overall)
Round 6, Pick 15 (191st overall)