Many options for the Dolphins tonight, which way will they go?

Hard Rock Stadium field is seen during the second half of an NFL football game against the Tennessee Titans, Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017, in Miami Gardens, Fla. (AP Photo/Joel Auerbach)

The 2019 NFL Draft kicks off tonight in Nashville. The Arizona Cardinals have the first-overall pick. The San Francisco 49ers pick second, followed by the New York Jets, Oakland Raiders, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Rounds two and three will happen on Friday, with the final four rounds on Saturday. The Dolphins are shopping for a quarterback with the 13th overall pick in today’s first round.

Here are some of the candidates:

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Brett Rypien. College: Boise State
Shea Patterson. College: Michigan…like Tom Brady
Daniel Jones. College: Duke
Jake Browning. College: Washington
Jarrett Stidham. College: Auburn
Clayton Thorson. College: Northwestern
Will Grier. College: West Virginia

But, there is some speculation that the Miami Dolphins have some interest in Arizona Cardinal QB Josh Rosen. If true, what does that mean for Ryan Fitzpatrick?

According to Peter King, the Miami Dolphins have done more research on Josh Rosen than any other team in the last few weeks.
If that is true, are the Dolphins ready to swing a deal if they don’t get the QB they want at 13?
More importantly, what does it say about the Ryan Fitzpatrick signing?

On the surface, Ryan Fitzpatrick would seem to be the bridge quarterback this year or even in 2020 as the Dolphins work with a young quarterback to develop via the draft. That line of thinking would go out the window if the team traded for Rosen.

They also may skip a QB all together and go D-line or O-line. We shall see tonight how Brian Flores’ first draft as Miami Dolphins head coach ends up.

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