Miami Dolphins Problems at Free Safety

June 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Dolphins knew they had to get a strong defensive line during the off-season and they made sure to do so during the draft, when they acquired defensive tackle Jared Odrick (Penn State) in the first round.
Miami also got a much needed No.1 receiver for Chad Henne by acquiring Brandon Marshal from the Broncos.
The Dolphins used the later rounds of the draft and off-season trades to strengthen the linebacker and corner back positions. But one position seems to have been left unceremoniously ignored: Free safety. 
The Dolphins currently have Reshad Jones, Tyron Culver, Chris Clemons, and Nate Ness vying for the free safety position.
Yeremiah Bell has played consistently with the Dolphins in the strong safety position.
Bell has been one of the Dolphins stronger defenders in the past couple years despite having some troubles with injuries. In 2009 he had 114 tackles and three interceptions.
The Dolphins drafted Reshad Jones in the fifth round from Georg...

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