But it was interesting to note that of the few positions he did mention, the first one was safety. Wannstedt said the team would like to get a young safety.
That's interesting because wide receiver, left tackle and outside linebacker would appear to be much more pressing needs.
But Wannstedt is right, though.
The Dolphins are a little shaky at safety, to be quite honest. Arturo Freeman did not have a good season in his first year as a starter, Brock Marion isn't as good as his Pro Bowl credentials would indicate, and the backups are more special teams standouts than anything else.
The Dolphins also think there are a lot of quality safeties available in this year's draft, so don't be surprised if they pick one.
It wouldn't be a great shock if it happened with the Dolphins' first pick, either.