Welcome to the Splash Zone Xavien Howard Jersey , the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours."The Dolphins may or may not take a quarterback this year, no one is quite sure yet until draft night. But the Dolphins are doing their work on quarterbacks as the team has met with Duke quarterback Daniel Jones. Dwayne Haskins, Kyler Murray, and maybe Drew Lock will be gone by the time the Dolphins select at 13. If the Dolphins really want him they could take him there, but I just don’t see that happening.You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.Giants, Dolphins and Chargers also spent time with Daniel Jones – ProFootballTalkThe Broncos aren't the only team that has paid former Duke quarterback Daniel Jones a visit. Jones worked out for the Broncos in Durham, North Carolina this week and three other teams have had similar meetings with Jones.Dolphins QuarterbacksVeteran QB could fall into Miami Dolphins' lap (but don't count on it) - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FLJosh Rosen, Derek Carr and Russell Wilson aren't likely walking through that door. Here's why.Dolphins OffseasonRichmond Webb, Kenyan Drake To Announce 2019 Draft PicksThe NFL will continue this year its tradition of having current and former players announce draft picks, and a former Dolphins Pro Bowl regular and a current member of the roster will be doing the honors.NFL Draft: Joe Schad 2019 Mock Draft 1.0 - Sports - The Palm Beach Post - West Palm Beach, FLIf the Dolphins stay at 13 in the upcoming NFL Draft, we figure there's at least a 60 percent chance they draft a defensive lineman.Miami will play this season without Cameron Wake, Robert Quinn Laremy Tunsil Jersey , Andre Branch and William Hayes, and they desperately need pass rushers, especially edge players.Phinsider News You May Have MissedMiami Dolphins News 4/5/19: Dolphins Have The Resources To Get Their Franchise QB - The PhinsiderWelcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours.All Signs Pointing To DL In First Round - The PhinsiderIt’s April, and if you’re a football fan, that means draft season is now officially underway. Although the Miami Dolphins are picking probably seven to nine spots lower than they should be,...NFL Draft 2019: Dolphins will have picks announced by Richmond Webb, Kenyan Drake - The PhinsiderThe 2019 NFL Draft is getting closer, kicking off in less than three weeks. While most of the focus is on the first-round prospects, the second day could feature key players being added to a... The Miami Dolphins traded starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill to the Tennessee Titans this spring, moving on from their 2012 first-round pick and signaling a restart for the franchise. As they were..." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteThe Phinsidera Miami Dolphins communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpSectionsFanpostsFanshotsLibraryDolphinsOddsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteSections 2018 NFL Draft2018 NFL Free Agency2018 Mock Drafts2018 Draft ProspectsFiled under:Miami Dolphins NewsDolphins on positive side of ESPN’s two ’biggest whiffs’ of offseasonNew,39commentsEDTShareTweetShareShareDolphins on positive side of ESPN’s two ’biggest whiffs’ of offseasonChuck Cook-USA TODAY SportsThe Miami Dolphins traded starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill to the Tennessee Titans this spring, moving on from their 2012 first-round pick and signaling a restart for the franchise. As they were searching for a quarterback to assume the starter’s mantel this year, a lot of speculation focused on Miami native Teddy Bridgewater.A free agent after spending one season with the New Orleans Saints, Bridgewater Cordrea Tankersley Jersey , who sustained a devastating injury in 2016, appeared to be on the verge of reclaiming the top spot on an NFL depth chart. Instead, Bridgewater returned to the Saints to backup Drew Brees, turning down the Dolphins.NFL Network reported Bridgewater had an offer from the Dolphins that was bigger than the one-year, $7.25 million contract he signed to stay in New Orleans. There were also reports, including from Miami Herald reporter Armando Salguero, that the Dolphins were never big players in the chase for Bridgewater.ESPN sees Bridgewater’s decision as one of the biggest “whiffs” of the offseason, and, surprisingly, not from the Dolphins’ point of view.Kevin Seifert published “The NFL’s ‘off’ season: Ranking the seven biggest whiffs this spring” on Wednesday, and ranked Bridgewater walking away from a starting position as the second-biggest miss of the offseason:I will admit, when I saw the Dolphins listed at number two, I thought it was going to be about how the Dolphins missed again on a franchise quarterback, how the team is in dysfunction, and how they can never land the player they want - the tired storylines that seem to show up every time anyone talks about Miami. This actually went the other way though. It seems like Seifert was okay with the Dolphins not overspending for a player they may not have been crazy to land anyway. The “whiff” here was Bridgewater not jumping at a chance to get back on the field and show what he can be as a starter post knee injury.Maybe this is Bridgewater betting on himself Raekwon McMillan Jersey , letting his knee have another year to recover and another year to learn from Brees and the Saints coaching staff. That has paid off in the past, and maybe it does again here. But, it is a gamble when the last time Bridgewater threw more than 23 pass attempts in a season was in 2015, and barring an injury to Brees, that will likely not change in 2019.It seemed like the Dolphins and Bridgewater were close to making a deal happen, but something stopped it - Bridgewater not wanting to leave New Orleans, Miami not really wanting to spend on Bridgewater, or maybe something else. According to ESPN, whatever stopped it led to Bridgewater having the second biggest whiff of the 2019 offseason.Whatever the case, Miami ultimately signed Ryan Fitzpatrick and traded for Josh Rosen to fill the quarterback position, while Bridgewater returned to New Orleans.And that brings us to the biggest “whiff” of the offseason. Seifert’s number one whiff is the “Arizona Cardinals botch the Josh Rosen trade.”He writes:The Cardinals waited and waited to look to trade Rosen, and the Dolphins were willing to be patient. Not only did Arizona tip their hand by selecting Murray before they made a trade, every team who was thought to be interested in the second-year quarterback picked a rookie as the first round unfolded. Arizona ended up trapped with just the Dolphins still talking to them.Miami was not going to pay a premium for a quarterback the Cardinals were looking to jettison. With no one fulfilling the initial request of a first-round pick for Rosen, for whom the Cardinals traded up to the tenth overall pick in 2018, Arizona’s demand became a second-round selection. The Dolphins were on the clock with the 48th overall pick Charles Harris Jersey , but decided to trade that selection to the Saints, adding a second-round pick in 2020 in the deal. Miami then came back on the clock with the 62nd overall pick, the antepenultimate pick of the second round.Miami and Arizona finally made the trade, with Miami also sending a 2020 fifth-round pick to the Cardinals for Rosen.Arizona got a second-round pick for Rosen and can say they landed multiple picks for the quarterback - a passer they traded three picks a year earlier to select. It cost Arizona their 2018 17th (first round), 79th (third round), and 152nd (fifth round) overall picks to land Rosen. It cost Miami the 62nd overall pick (second round) and a 2020 fifth round pick to acquire the former UCLA quarterback. And, Miami pulled in an extra second-round pick in 2020 before they agreed to the trade for Rosen.Miami played the acquisition of Rosen well.The Cardinals, according to Seifert, did not play the trade of Rosen well.And Rosen lands with a team that has “better short- and long-term prospects.”I am still a little confused by ESPN being okay with anything Miami has done, but it does seem like even they realize the Dolphins are building nicely with some good moves.