There's been a shift. Have you noticed it? When the 2019 draft process began sometime in February, after the Miami Dolphins hired new coach Brian Flores, and then when the team's representatives went to the Indianapolis Combine, the idea of the team picking a quarterback in the first round was very much on everyone's mind. General Manager Chris Grier talked about the possibility while no one within the organization discounted the possibility. Even last month at the NFL annual meeting, Dolphins owner Stephen Ross left open the chance of picking a QB this year. But the vibe seems different lately. Suddenly the mock drafts that weeks ago had Miami picking a quarterback in the first round have changed.
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