Low-priced challenger for Ogden in draft

dolphan39

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from http://www.sun-sentinel.com/sports/...l-wr041602.htmlstory?coll=sfla-dolphins-front

Sleeper: Freddie Milons, Alabama. Never matched his outstanding sophomore season, but he could find a niche as a third or fourth receiver. Probably a sixth-round pick and well worth the chance because he's shifty, has talent and returns kickoffs.

What about the Dolphins? There's a chance a sixth- or seventh-round pick could go here. It's a talented class, and if there's a low-priced gem with special-teams skills, he's got a chance with the Dolphins.
 

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It would not be a bad idea. Ogden had no signing bonus and if we cut him, will not cost anything against the cap. I would not use a fifth round draft pick on this guy, but if hes there in the seventh, lets grab him or another decent WR to challenge Ogden.
 
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