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List of Miami Dolphins first-round draft picks

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Dan Marino, drafted by the Dolphins in 1983, became a Hall of Famer in 2005.

The Miami Dolphins, a professional American football team based in Miami, Florida, are part of the Eastern Division of the American Football Conference (AFC) in the National Football League (NFL). The Dolphins were founded by Joseph Robbie and Danny Thomas in 1965.[1] They began playing in the American Football League (AFL) as an expansion team in 1966 and joined the NFL as part of the AFL–NFL merger in 1967.[1]

They first participated in the 1966 AFL Annual Player Selection Meeting, more commonly known as the NFL Draft.[2] In the annual NFL Draft, each franchise seeks to add new players to its roster. Teams are ranked in reverse order based on the previous season's record, with the worst record picking first, the second worst picking second and so on. The two exceptions to this order are made for teams that appeared in the previous Super Bowl; the Super Bowl champion always picks 32nd, and the Super Bowl loser always picks 31st. Teams have the option of trading away their picks to other teams for different picks, players, cash, or a combination thereof. Thus, it is not uncommon for a team's actual draft pick to differ from their assigned draft pick, or for a team to have extra or no draft picks in any round due to these trades.[3]

As an expansion team in the AFL, the Dolphins were granted the first two picks in the 1966 American Football League Draft.[4] They selected Jim Grabowski and Rick Norton with the first and second picks, respectively. The Dolphins' first selection as an NFL team was Bob Griese, a quarterback from Purdue. The team's most recent first-round selection was Christian Wilkins, a defensive tackle from Clemson in 2019.

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Contents

Key

Table key
^ Indicates the player was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
 *  Selected number one overall
The Dolphins did not draft a player in the first round that year.
Year Each year links to an article about that particular AFL or NFL Draft.
Pick Indicates the number of the pick within the first round
Position Indicates the position of the player in the NFL
College The player's college football team

Player selections

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Ronnie Brown was selected in the 2005 NFL Draft.
Miami Dolphins first-round draft picks
Year Pick Player name Position College Notes
1966 1 Jim Grabowski * RB Illinois
2 Rick Norton QB Kentucky
1967 4 Bob Griese ^ Purdue
1968 8 Larry Csonka ^ FB Syracuse
27 Doug Crusan OT Indiana [a]
1969 11 Bill Stanfill DE Georgia
1970 No pick [b]
1971 [c]
1972 25 Mike Kadish DT Notre Dame
1973 No pick [d]
1974 26 Don Reese DE Jackson State
1975 23 Darryl Carlton OT Tampa
1976 17 Larry Gordon LB Arizona State [e]
19 Kim Bokamper San Jose State
1977 13 A. J. Duhe DE Louisiana State
1978 No pick [f]
1979 24 Jon Giesler OT Michigan
1980 21 Don McNeal DB Alabama
1981 13 David Overstreet RB Oklahoma
1982 24 Roy Foster G USC
1983 27 Dan Marino ^ QB Pittsburgh
1984 14 Jackie Shipp LB Oklahoma [g]
1985 27 Lorenzo Hampton RB Florida
1986 No pick [h]
1987 16 John Bosa DE Boston College [i]
1988 16 Eric Kumerow Ohio State
1989 9 Sammie Smith RB Florida State
25 Louis Oliver S Florida [j]
1990 9 Richmond Webb OT Texas A&M
1991 23 Randal Hill WR Miami (FL)
1992 7 Troy Vincent DB Wisconsin [k]
12 Marco Coleman LB Georgia Tech
1993 25 O. J. McDuffie WR Penn State
1994 20 Tim Bowens DT Mississippi [l]
1995 25 Billy Milner OT Houston
1996 20 Daryl Gardener DT Baylor
1997 15 Yatil Green WR Miami (FL)
1998 29 John Avery RB Mississippi [m]
1999 No pick [n]
2000 [o]
2001 26 Jamar Fletcher DB Wisconsin
2002 No pick [p]
2003
2004 19 Vernon Carey OT Miami (FL) [q]
2005 2 Ronnie Brown RB Auburn
2006 16 Jason Allen DB Tennessee
2007 9 Ted Ginn, Jr. WR Ohio State
2008 1 Jake Long * OT Michigan
2009 25 Vontae Davis CB Illinois
2010 28 Jared Odrick DT Penn State [r]
2011 15 Mike Pouncey C Florida
2012 8 Ryan Tannehill QB Texas A&M
2013 3 Dion Jordan DE Oregon [s]
2014 19 Ja'Wuan James OT Tennessee
2015 14 DeVante Parker WR Louisville
2016 13 Laremy Tunsil T Mississippi [t]
2017 22 Charles Harris DE Missouri
2018 11 Minkah Fitzpatrick S Alabama
2019 13 Christian Wilkins DT Clemson

Footnotes

  1. ^ On December 27, 1967, the Dolphins traded quarterback John Stofa to the Cincinnati Bengals for first (#27 overall pick) and second-round picks in 1968.[5]
  2. ^ On January 27, 1970, the Dolphins traded their #3 overall pick in the 1970 Draft to the Cleveland Browns for wide receiver Paul Warfield.[5]
  3. ^ On April 13, 1970, the Dolphins sent their #22 overall pick in the 1971 Draft to the Baltimore Colts as compensation for head coach Don Shula.[5]
  4. ^ On June 7, 1972, the Dolphins traded their #26 overall pick in the 1973 Draft to the Buffalo Bills for wide receiver Marlin Briscoe.[5]
  5. ^ On January 25, 1974, the Dolphins traded quarterback Joe Theismann to the Washington Redskins for the #17 overall pick in the 1976 Draft.[5]
  6. ^ On April 17, 1978, the Dolphins traded safety Vern Roberson, wide receiver Freddie Solomon, and first (#24 overall pick) and fifth-round picks in 1978 to the San Francisco 49ers for running back Delvin Williams.[6]
  7. ^ On May 1, 1984, the Dolphins traded their #26 pick along with two third-round picks in 1984 to the Buffalo Bills for the #14 overall pick.[6]
  8. ^ On October 9, 1985, the Dolphins traded their first (#25 overall pick) and second-round picks to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for linebacker Hugh Green.[6]
  9. ^ On April 28, 1987, the Dolphins traded their #14 overall pick to the Minnesota Vikings for the first (#16 overall pick) and fifth-round picks.[6]
  10. ^ On April 2, 1989, the Dolphins traded their second and third-round picks to the Chicago Bears for the #25 overall pick.[6]
  11. ^ On September 3, 1991, the Dolphins traded wide receiver Randal Hill to the Phoenix Cardinals for the #7 overall pick.[7]
  12. ^ On April 24, 1994, the Dolphins traded their #16 overall pick to the Green Bay Packers for the first (#20 overall pick) and third-round picks.[7]
  13. ^ On April 18, 1998, the Dolphins traded their #19 overall pick to the Green Bay Packers for the first (#29 overall pick) and second-round picks.[7]
  14. ^ On April 17, 1999, the Dolphins traded their #24 overall pick in 1999 to the San Francisco 49ers for the first (#27 overall pick) and fifth-round picks.[7]
    On the same day, the Dolphins traded the #27 overall pick to the Detroit Lions for the second, third, and fifth-round picks.[7]
  15. ^ On April 16, 1998, the Dolphins traded their #23 overall pick in the 2000 Draft to the Carolina Panthers for the second-round pick in the 1998 Draft.[7]
  16. ^ On March 8, 2002, the Dolphins traded their #25 overall pick and fourth-round pick in the 2002 Draft along with the #18 overall pick in the 2003 Draft to the New Orleans Saints for running back Ricky Williams and fourth-round pick in the 2002 Draft.[8]
  17. ^ On April 24, 2004, the Dolphins traded their #20 overall pick along with fourth-round pick to the Minnesota Vikings for the #19 overall pick.[8]
  18. ^ On April 22, 2010, the Dolphins traded their #12 overall pick, a fourth-round selection (110th overall), and a sixth-round selection (173rd overall) to the Chargers for the #28 overall pick, a second-round selection (40th overall), a fourth-round selection (126th overall), and a linebacker Tim Dobbins.[9]
  19. ^ On April 25, 2013, the Dolphins traded their #12 overall pick to the Oakland Raiders for the #3 overall pick and second-round pick.[9]
  20. ^ On March 9, 2016, the Dolphins traded their #8 overall pick to the Philadelphia Eagles for the #13 overall pick, linebacker Kiko Alonso, and cornerback Byron Maxwell.[10]

References

General
  • "NFL Draft History: First Round by Team". NFL's Official Website. Retrieved 2018-08-19.
  • "Miami Dolphins Draft History". Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 2018-08-19.
  • "2017 Media Guide: All-Time Trades" (PDF). Miami Dolphins. Retrieved 2018-08-19.
Specific
  1. ^ a b "History:Historical Highlights". miamidolphins.com. Archived from the original on 2007-02-07. Retrieved 2008-07-12.
  2. ^ Branch, John (2000-04-09). "The 2000 Liars Club/ Draft makes Broncos coach cloak intentions". Colorado Springs Gazette. findarticles.com. Archived from the original on 2007-10-23. Retrieved 2008-07-05.
  3. ^ Pittman, Andrew; John Otto Spengler; Sarah J. Young (2008). Case studies in sport law. Human Kinetics. p. 41. ISBN 978-0-7360-6821-5.
  4. ^ "Pro football draft history: 1966". Pro Football Hall of Fame. Retrieved 2016-09-15.
  5. ^ a b c d e 2015 Media Guide: All-Time Trades, p. 655
  6. ^ a b c d e 2015 Media Guide: All-Time Trades, p. 656
  7. ^ a b c d e f 2015 Media Guide: All-Time Trades, p. 657
  8. ^ a b 2015 Media Guide: All-Time Trades, p. 658
  9. ^ a b 2015 Media Guide: All-Time Trades, p. 659
  10. ^ Dwork, David (2016-03-09). "Trade Between Dolphins And Eagles Appears Back On Track". Miami.CBSLocal.com. Retrieved 2018-08-19.

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