I'm largely interested in the draft(and FA) in regards to free agency, and I really haven't seen it considered so much. So let's discuss it. I figure I'll color code it, to determine high-need, medium/situational need, and low need. High Need- Positions that are badly talent deficient, key positions, or are likely to have high turnover. - Interior Offensive Linemen- This might be the worst performing area on the team this year, with a bunch of players getting starts and the best/most consistent performer being pre-season eve signing and career journeyman Samson Satele. There are irons in the fire in re: to Billy Turner which should be considered. Mike Pouncey will likely turn it around, but he's also going to be going into the last year of his contract with strong questions as to if you can re-sign him. Type of Need- Miami will likely want movement skills here, someone who can pull or outside zone. - Wide Receiver- Jarvis Landry is the sole receiver on the roster whose seat is not hot. Brian Hartline and Brandon Gibson are likely cap casualties, Mike Wallace should be as well. The current coaching staff seems to hate Rishard Matthews and has buried him. It seems like a major restructuring is in the cards here. Type of Need- Miami has a particularly short group of skill players, poor red zone production, and little deep passing production. Someone who can go up and get the ball down the field seems quite likely. -Cornerback- Brent Grimes is capable of playing at an extraordinary level, but is the wrong side of 30. Neither Courtland Finnegan nor Jimmy Wilson are either particular liabilities or assets, and their respectful cap numbers or free agency could result in two of three "starting" positions opening. Their understudies(Jamar Taylor, Will Davis) have not particularly distinguished themselves. Type of Need Potentially both boundary and slot, if the team is retained a FS/SCB hybrid is possible as well. Medium need- These are areas where significant resources could be expended, or scheme changes could result in particular requirements. -Tight End- Charles Clay is a free agent, if he walks this shoots up as a high need position. If he stays, room for an additional high workload player of a different skillset is a potential rule. Type of need- Bigger target, better blocking. Both would be a big addition. Safety- Reshad Jones has been excellent since his return, but Louis Delmas is at best acceptable. Type of need- Free safety, but Kevin Coyle has a predilection for safety/slot hybrids. -Interior Defensive Linemen- Have two good starters under contract in Randy Starks and Earl Mitchell, but Jared Odrick is a free agent and a big part of the rotation and the depth has not really distinguished itself. Type of need- Generally more 3-technique oriented, but a move to a 3-4 could mean a larger guy with end experience is a bigger need. Runningback- Lamar Miller has played well with his skillset catered to, but the depth has been poor and Moreno is a free agent. Type of need- Power seems a good bet, pass-catching if this offense is retained is a must. Kicker/Punter- Both Caleb Sturgis and Brandon Fields have been particularly average this off-season. Low Need- Positions largely filled, where any acquisitions are likely to go to injury-only players. Linebackers- All three linebackers have been good this year. Koa Misi and Jelani Jenkins appear pretty well locked-in, and while he's expensive for his role Phillip Wheeler is also performing well. Quarterback- Barring big, earth-shaking collapse it seems unlikely a new coaching staff would choose to spend a high pick here to replace rather than to work with Tannehill. Matt Moore is a FA, but he seems to be comfortable with his role. Offensive Tackle- Branden Albert is hurt, but the nature of his contract and Ju'Wuan James early play suggests they'd be more interested in a swing-tackle than a starter. Edge Rusher- Wake and Olivier are performing at a high level, and they've got depth/development in Jordan/McCain. Even a scheme change seems unlikely to change much,.