2010 NFL Draft: Miami Dolphins Should Select Dez Bryant

April 11, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Bill Parcells has a history of drafting defense first. With the Miami Dolphins defense still in the rebuilding phase, it is unlikely that Parcells will favor an offensive “diva” such as Oklahoma State wide receiver Dez Bryant over a desperately needed outside linebacker, free safety, or nose tackle in this year’s NFL draft.
But this year, Parcells and the likes of general manager Jeff Ireland and head coach Tony Sparano should not pass up on Bryant, if he were to fall to them with the No. 12 pick in the draft.
I don’t see what is wrong with bringing in a “diva” in the first place. The Miami Dolphins could use some personality on the roster. The most interesting people involved with the team are the owners. Maybe it is time the Dolphins rolled out the red carpet for someone that actually plays for the team, and can bring some of the cameras from the luxury box back onto the field.
Bryant is unanimously the top-rated receiver in the draf...

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