It's Miami's time of year.
"From what I understand, I would not be surprised if they make a pretty big splash," NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport said on Monday's edition of Good Morning Football.
"Maybe a big-time defensive tackle, Brandon Williams would be a name to consider there. Maybe a cornerback. If they can acquire a top-notch one, that was an issue last year as well."
Through a string of front-office shake-ups, the Dolphins have continued to run counter to accepted NFL wisdom that team-building through veteran mercenaries is a fool's errand.
On the heels of a promising 10-6 season, though, executive vice president of football operations Mike Tannebaum can round out a homegrown offensive nucleus with a few strategic additions.