Miami Dolphins Draft Picks 2023

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Miami Dolphins NFL Draft Picks in 2023


It was a wild ride of a 2022 NFL season for the Dolphins. They started 8-3 before losing five-straight games. They snuck into the playoffs and took the Bills to the wire before being eliminated.

The focus now shifts to the 2023 NFL Draft. Here’s what you need to know about the Miami Dolphins’ draft picks for 2023.

List of Miami Dolphins Draft Picks and Selections

The Dolphins are in a rough situation for the 2023 draft. They have just four picks in the entire draft. They lost their first-round pick and a 2024 third-round pick because of an investigation into the team violating league policies for tampering with Tom Brady and head coach Sean Payton. Also, the team doesn’t have a first-round, fourth-round, or fifth-round pick.

If they want to acquire more picks, they will have to make some moves before the draft. Here’s a complete list of the Dolphins’ picks for 2023.

– 2nd Round: 51st overall

– 3rd Round: 84th overall

– 6th Round: 197th overall

– 7th Round: 238th overall

The team had another first-round pick for 2023 but traded it to the Denver Broncos in a deal for pass rusher Bradley Chubb. General manager Chris Grier has his work cut out for him this offseason.

The team received another third-round pick in 2023 due to trading DeVante Parker to the New England Patriots, but the Dolphins traded that pick to the Los Angeles Rams for cornerback Jalen Ramsey. During the 2022 season, the team also traded for running back Jeff Wilson Jr. from the San Francisco 49ers.

2023 Dolphins Mock Draft and Team Needs

With limited picks in the 2023 NFL Draft, the Dolphins will have to make wise decisions to get the most out of their picks this year. They could target Iowa linebacker Jack Campbell in the second round, as the franchise looks to make a splash with so few picks.

The Dolphins and coach Mike McDaniel could use some help in the secondary with a prospect like Clark Phillips III from Utah. The playmaking cornerback could give the secondary some depth. The team will have to search deep for gems after losing its 2023 first-round selection.

The team could also use some help on the offensive line. Their offensive line finished the season as a below-average unit and ranked 24th in pass-block win rate. Tua Tagovailoa will need more protection after his season was decimated by injuries. He was 8-5 as a starter and grew as a passer thanks to wide receivers Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle.

When is the 2023 NFL Draft?

Mark your calendars for the highly anticipated NFL Draft, taking place over three thrilling days in April in Kansas City, Missouri. The excitement kicks off on April 27th with the First Round selections, which will be broadcast live on both NFL Network and ESPN at 8 p.m. ET.

On April 28th at 7 p.m. ET, the second and third rounds will follow, and the final rounds will take place on April 29th at noon ET. Football fans can expect an unforgettable experience as teams choose their picks and add new talent to their rosters.

Miami Dolphins Draft Picks FAQs

What is the 2023 NFL Draft?

The 2023 NFL Draft weekend takes place on April 27-29. The event runs from Thursday to Saturday. It begins with the first round on Thursday at 8 p.m. RT. This year, it’s located in Kansas City, Missouri at Union Station. Fans from all over the country go to one of the NFL’s biggest events.

What are the Dolphins 2023 NFL Draft Picks?

The team has just four picks in the 2023 NFL Draft. The Miami Dolphins lost their first-round pick after tampering with Tom Brady and Sean Payton. They also don’t have a fourth-round pick or fifth-round pick in the draft.

What pick do the Miami Dolphins have in the first round?

The Dolphins are without a first-round pick in the 2023 NFL Draft. They lost the pick due to violating league rules and policies pertaining to the integrity of the NFL. The Dolphins had another first-round but traded it for Bradley Chubb from the Broncos.

Author: Sam Russell

Sam hails from Grandville, Michigan. He has a rich sports background, including playing baseball at Central Michigan before covering high school sports and working with the Orlando Magic. He earned his degree from Central Michigan University and was a member of the 2010 MAC Championship baseball team. Sam grew his knowledge of sports betting while working with Betsperts in various areas such as writing, social media, betting research, and business development. He's a big fan of the NBA, NFL, and MLB, highly interested in data and statistics.