Why The Miami Dolphins Should Take a Long Look at Darren Sharper

March 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It's no secret the Miami Dolphins have a glaring need at free safety. Along with nose tackle and wide receiver, free safety help is at the top of the team's wish-list this off-season.
Miami made a strong push for former Arizona Cardinals All-Pro safety Antrel Rolle before he signed with the New York Giants to become the highest-paid safety in the NFL. 
They were hoping to snag him in free agency after releasing incumbent starter Gibril Wilson on March 5. After that didn't pan out, the Dolphins turned to Ryan Clark as plan B. 
Clark re-signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers after a two-day visit with the Fins brass. It looked like they had him when he came into town, but after the dust settled it appeared Miami was simply Clark's ploy for leverage over his former team.
Clark got his wish for a pretty new deal where he really wanted to be, but the Dolphins have still gone without their wish for a new safety.
Midway through the second week of free agency,...

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