NFL Draft: Karlos Dansby’s Addtion May Point Miami Dolphins Toward Dez Bryant

March 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the Miami Dolphins acquisition of free agent linebacker Karlos Dansby, their plans for the 2010 Draft might now include a run at Oklahoma State receiver Dez Bryant. 
Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay of ESPN both have Miami selecting Alabama linebacker Rolando McClain with the 12th overall pick, but Dansby may have sealed the Dolphins' need at the position. 
Both McClain and Dansby are best suited as inside linebackers, and while the pair would potentially thrive together leading the Dolphins linebacker core, the need to address the position in the Draft isn't nearly as glaring now that Dansby is on board. 
Nose tackle and wide receiver are the two biggest needs to this franchise, and without bringing in new talent, Miami won't make much progress after a disappointing 2009 campaign. 
While McClain may still end up being the selection at No. 12, that doesn't seem as likely as it did last week. Dolphins general manager Jef...

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