Last offseason, the Dolphins drafted a player in Ryan Tannehill, who they believe will become their franchise quarterback. More recently, they went about adding playmakers in the passing game by signing free agent wideouts Mike Wallace and Brandon Gibson, along with TE Dustin Keller, who caught 65 passes for the Jets in 2011. Though the team decided to let running back Reggie Bush go, as he didn't fit the system that second-year head coach Joe Philbin wants to run, the position has now been addressed by Miami in three straight drafts.
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