The Miami Dolphins have $40 million of cap space to work with this offseason, which could make them big spenders during free agency for the second straight year. Charlie McCarthy looks at the top players Miami should consider.
Recently fired Miami Dolphins trainer Kevin O'Neill reportedly has hired a West Palm Beach-based law firm to represent him. O'Neill was fired last month in the aftermath of the Ted Wells report that resulted from the team's infamous bullygate scandal.
The Miami Dolphins are poised for another big offseason with nearly $40 million of cap space to work with, but they'll have some important decisions to make regarding their secondary and offensive line.