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Thread: Which Dolphin FA loss will hurt the most?

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    Keller. I know he didn't play last year but with Clay and Keller on the field we could have so many options that Lazor could work with, that we would have been hard to stop. I would be happy to see them bring him back. Seems Lazor wants TEs that can block well and Keller doesn't fit the bill or isn't healthy one or the other.
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    Soliai. Earl Mitchell has done nothing to date that says he can play at Soliai level. Nothing.
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    I'm happy enough with all the FAs we let go, to be honest. I think we could have signed better FAs to fill some of the spots (corner and guard in particular), but I'm not unhappy with the decisions made to cut the guys we did.
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    Nolan Carroll. He should never have got out of the building. He improved every year and was a big contributor, last season. Also interesting to note the report that he is impressing the coaches in Philadelphia with a great start.
    I'm rooting for Dennis Hickey to succeed, but I think he grossly underestimated Carroll.
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    Dimitri Patterson, even though he did not play much. With the luck that the Dolphins have, this would be the year that he stays healthy. When he played for us, I was all over YouTube trying to figure out who this guys was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DolfanDuBbZ~ View Post
    Soliai. Earl Mitchell has done nothing to date that says he can play at Soliai level. Nothing.
    There was strong demand for Earl Mitchell's services. We were competing against a string of other teams and he got signed relatively early (and he got pretty well paid for limited game experience too). While he hasn't done much to date, it's a good sign when lots of teams are knocking his door down to sign him. About 5 years ago teams were knocking down the door to sign an undrafted DE from the CFL named Cam Wake and we got lucky. Market demand is a very good indicator.
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    I'm gonna say Clemons. He played well but, just as importantly, was the QB of the DB's in getting them in the right positions. I don't see anyone else with that ability. Hope I'm wrong.
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    Would have loved to keep a healthy Patterson(which he wasn't) That one might come back to haunt us.


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    You guys are all crazy. J-Mart by a long shot will hurt us the most!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by spiketex View Post
    There was strong demand for Earl Mitchell's services. We were competing against a string of other teams and he got signed relatively early (and he got pretty well paid for limited game experience too). While he hasn't done much to date, it's a good sign when lots of teams are knocking his door down to sign him. About 5 years ago teams were knocking down the door to sign an undrafted DE from the CFL named Cam Wake and we got lucky. Market demand is a very good indicator.
    Soliai ended up in a city that is no cupcake. He was also paid very nicely.

    So I guess market demand for Paul is also a very good indicator of his worth.
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