The Houston Texans surrendered their first-round pick in exchange for former-Dolphins offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil, giving Miami yet another piece to continue the all-out rebuild.
The Dolphins’ first two picks have focused on the offense, landing Tua Tagovailoa and then some means to protect him, grabbing Trey Adams.
But Miami needs all kinds of help on the defensive side of the ball, too.
It wouldn’t be a bad idea to start reinforcing right up front, grabbing someone on the interior who can help an anemic and lowly pass rush turn into something actually respectable.
Auburn defensive tackle Derrick Brown is a nice choice here. He’s not much of a sack specialist, rather more of a disruptive presence up front, who can lock up multiple blockers and allow edge rushers to have more one-on-one matchups.
Let’s face it, though. Nearly any defensive addition would bolster the Dolphins right now. Brown would help set the tone.