25. Miami Dolphins
It’s been quite the interesting offseason for the Miami Dolphins when looking at how players like Jarvis Landry and Ndamukong Suh are no longer in the picture due to the team wanting to get rid of individuals they felt were distractions to the team. Only time will tell when it comes to whether these were the right moves to make, but at least the receiving corps seems like it will still be in decent shape thanks to signing Danny Amendola and Albert Wilson.
Of course, a talented group of receivers can only do so much on offense without the proper support from a reliable quarterback, which unfortunately could end up being the case for Miami. After the decision to convince Jay Cutler to come out of retirement turned out to be a complete disaster, the Dolphins seem willing to give Ryan Tannehill another shot at under center, despite his issues with staying healthy over the last few seasons.
There have been times in which Tannehill has looked like the answer for Miami, but the team may be better off starting fresh with by selecting someone new in the upcoming draft. Even if they spend this year playing behind Tannehill, the Dolphins can’t afford to set themselves back again after last season.