- James Walker, ESPN Miami Dolphins reporter
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The Miami Dolphins do not have a general manager. But whoever the new personnel boss is in Miami will have plenty of decisions to make.
Let's begin with the quarterbacks.
Free agents: None
Analysis: Miami’s quarterback position is stable, and that will be a huge perk for the next general manager. The Dolphins have a solid quarterback room, led by 2012 first-round pick Ryan Tannehill. He set career highs for passing yards (3,717), touchdowns (24) and passer rating (81.7) in 2013. It remains to be seen if he is Miami’s long-term solution for the next 7-10 years. However, Tannehill has done enough in the past two seasons to enter Year 3 as the starting quarterback. Matt Moore is one of the top backup quarterbacks in the NFL. Pat Devlin is a developmental quarterback who could face competition. It makes sense for the new general manager to draft a quarterback in the middle or late rounds this year to develop and for insurance in the future. But quarterback is not an issue for 2014.
Walker’s stability meter (1 to 10, 10 being most stable): 8
The Miami Dolphins do not have a general manager. But whoever the new personnel boss is in Miami will have plenty of decisions to make.Let's begin with the quarterbacks.