I'm no fortune teller. I wouldn't even call myself smart. But here's my take at a mock offseason of moves that make sense to me (but probably won't happen). Cuts: Lawrence Timmons (5.475M saved 2.75M dead), Julius Thomas (6.6M saved) Restructure: Wake (not quite sure how the contract would work but go from an 8.6M to a 5M cap hit) Our own: Jarvis Landry-Not worth $15M a year, so he leaves in free agency. Ja'Wuan James-pretty sure Miami dropped his 5th year option. I think they'll let him walk and replace him with Jesse Davis. Sam Young-sign for 1 year, $1.25M Cody Parkey-sign for 2 years, $2M Michael Thomas-1 year, $1.25M As for the rest, Miami's restricted free agents aren't worth the price tag of an original round tender (which will be close to $2M for a one-year deal). Room left for draft and free agency: $35M Free agency: Jeremy Hill, RB: 1 year, $2M—young back that had success early and definitely fell flat as of late. Marqise Lee, WR: 3 years, $18M (10 gtd, $4M first year cap hit)—not a number 1 receiver but would definitely be capable in a WR committee. Justin Pugh, G/T: 4 years, $36M (17 gtd, $7M first year cap hit)—played mostly right tackle for the Giants this past season but I'm pretty sure his natural position is left guard. He'd probably help a lot being next to Tunsil, as well. Joe Berger, C/G: 1 year, $2M—old veteran (36 years old) but insurance for Pouncey and very solid depth. Avery Williamson, SLB: 3 years, $15M (7.5 gtd, $3.5M first year cap hit)—young strongside linebacker who played decently well for Tennessee Trey Burton, TE: 3 years, $24M (12 gtd, $6M first year cap hit)—this is kind of a pipe dream, but I think he'd thrive in this offense and be very capable of being that missing piece. $10.5M left after free agency Draft: Round 1: Marcus Davenport, DE, UTSA—raw and from a small school, but with some grooming he could be a great DE Round 2: Braden Smith, G, Auburn—finalizes the offensive line overhaul Round 3: Troy Fumagalli, TE, Wisconsin—another weapon for an offense that loses its top target in Jarvis Landry Round 4a: Shaquem Griffin, OLB, UCF—I truly believe he gets drafted higher than the 4th round, but not many draft websites are projecting him higher than round 5. He only has one hand, but if you watched any UCF games, you'd know what an impact player he is. He's great in coverage, but also has an insane ability to get to the quarterback, considering he's undersized at about 225 pounds. Miami could definitely use him in sub packages and on third down in a multitude of ways. Round 4b: Michael Gallup, WR, Colorado State—decent WR prospect with solid college production Round 6: Bo Scarbrough, RB, Alabama—Not sure he lasts this long, but he's a bruiser. Projected starters and such: QB: Ryan Tannehill RB: Kenyan Drake, Jeremy Hill, Bo Scarbrough TE: Trey Burton, Troy Fumagalli, Marquis Grey WR: Kenny Stills, DeVante Parker, Marqise Lee, Michael Gallup, Jakeem Grant LT: Laremy Tunsil LG: Justin Pugh C: Mike Pouncey, Joe Berger RG: Braden Smith RT: Jesse Davis DE: Charles Harris, Cameron Wake, Marcus Davenport, Andre Branch DT: Suh, Phillips, Godchaux, Vincent Taylor LB: Kiko Alonso, Raekwon McMillan, Avery Williamson, Shaquem Griffin CB: Xavien Howard, Tony Lippett, Cordrea Tankersly, Bobby McCain S: Reshad Jones, TJ McDonald, Michael Thomas There you have it. Flame away.