That leaves Langford, which says could be worth a fourth-round pick in the 2013 draft.
Whether it is a fourth rounder or a fifth rounder, it appears the Dolphins will be adding another early draft pick to its bounty in the coming weeks, and should begin the 2013 draft with 10 selections.
And if losing Langford, who started 16 games and contributed 27 tackles and two sacks last season, was worth a fourth-round compensatory pick (which can't be traded) it is possible the Dolphins could have two selections in the second, third, and fourth round of the 2013 draft.
Compensatory picks are usually announced at the NFL owner's meetings, which take place in Arizona on March 17-20.,6598650.story