2004 Miami Dolphins Draft
1st round (19th pick of round, 19th overall) - Vernon Carey, Miami (Florida), G
4th round (6th pick of round, 102nd overall) - Will Poole, USC, DB
5th round (28th pick of round, 160th overall) - Tony Bua, Arkansas, DB
6th round (9th pick of round, 174th overall) - Rex Hadnot, Houston, C
7th round (20th pick of round, 221st overall) - Tony Pape, Michigan, G
7th round (21st pick of round, 222nd overall) - Derrick Pope, Alabama, LB
The Miami Dolphins selected Pat White in the second round of the NFL draft.
The Patriots traded their 2nd and 7th round choices in the 2007 draft to Miami for Welker.The Dolphins used the 2nd round choice for C/G Samson Satele. Satele, who started at center and played with an injury in 2008 (torn labrum). He was then traded after that season to the Oakland Raiders for a 2008 6th round draft choice.The Dolphins used the 7th round choice to draft DE Abraham Wright. The Dolphins converted Wright to LB, but he had a knee injury and was placed on IR in 2007. After the 2008 draft the Dolphins waived him.
The Bears traded receiver Marty Booker and a conditional 2005 draft choice to the Dolphins for Adewale Ogunleye in August, 2004. That conditional choice turned out to be a 3rd rounder and the Dolphins selected linebacker Channing Crowder from the University of Florida with it.
That was offensive tackle Jake Long from the University of Michigan by the Miami Dolphins.
They could have by trading players to move up in the draft to take him.
it is the name, Miami is the hometown of the MIAMI dolphins
Offensive tackle Billy Milner was with the Dolphins in the 1995 and 1996 seasons. He was a 1st round draft choice of the Dolphins in 1995.
The Miami Dolphins are from Miami, Florida.
Miami Dolphins was created in 1966.
The founder for the Miami Dolphins Joesph Robbie
Hall of Fame QB Dan Marino.