MIAMI -- The names the Miami Dolphins added in the draft this past weekend start to blur after a while because general manager Jeff Ireland did a fine job of gathering a lot of picks for this draft and then filled his needs as well as desires over three exhilarating days.
Ireland isn't done.
The roster will be tweaked in the coming weeks, he promises. He says he's got some irons in the fire to solve the left tackle position that continues to feel unsolved. He says the back end of unrestricted free agency will be a field he can still explore.
But his toughest work is probably done now.
The responsibility for making the Dolphins at least relevant and perhaps a winner in 2013 now falls to other people. And as an NFL team's success is decided primarily by three people - the general manager, the coach and the quarterback - it shouldn't surprise that the spotlight that has been trained on Ireland this offseason now shines on two other men:
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