The Miami Dolphins, on paper, have their most talented collection of players since head coach Joe Philbin took over four seasons ago. This means Miami’s front office and coaching staff will have plenty of tough decisions to make this summer.
I continue to look at some of the interesting players on the roster bubble. Next up is a young linebacker competing for a roster spot.
Bubble player: Mike Hull
Analysis: Despite being an undrafted rookie, Hull arrived to Miami with some fanfare. It was surprising that Hull didn’t get drafted after leading Penn State in tackles last season. Hull played for a university known for producing NFL linebackers, but every team looked the other way. Hull joined the Dolphins due to their deficiency at linebacker. This is a group in need of depth after Miami was 24th against the run last season. Hull also is capable of playing special teams, which adds value as one of the bubble players to make the roster of eligible for the practice squad.
Chances of making 53-man roster: 55 percent