Despite a heady rush of free-agent signings, the Miami Dolphins still have needs on both sides of the ball.
Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald reported Friday that after talking with free agent Eric Winston, the Dolphins have held off pursuing available offensive tackles Bryant McKinnie and Tyson Clabo in hopes the void on the line can be filled in the 2013 NFL Draft.
The Dolphins also hasn't ruled out adding John Abraham to the mix on defense after initial conversations, but they "have not pursued" the former Atlanta Falcons pass rusher for the same reason as the others, according to Jackson.
With 11 draft picks and six in the first four rounds, the Dolphins have the ammunition to move up, down and all over the board. That's why Miami is in no rush to patch holes with another aging veteran unless they have to.
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