Maybe the Dolphins are planning on bringing in a new cornerback after scanning the waiver wire, or maybe they'll just stay with four to go along with their five safeties.
There had been talk that a couple of teams talked to the Dolphins about a trade for Edwards, but that never materialized.
Henry's advantage over Edwards, other than the obvious injury factor, is that he probably is better on special teams.
Then there was the decision to put Oronde Gadsden on injured reserve, which means he can't play for the Dolphins this season.
That basically came down to the Dolphins and Gadsden not being able to work out an injury settlement, which shouldn't have been surprising the difficult negotiations involving the wide receiver this offseason.
Look for Gadsden to be waived off IR once he's healthy enough to play.
Outside of that, everything was pretty well set. The decision to go with nine offensive linemen shouldn't be surprising because Billy Yates deserved a spot and the Dolphins weren't going to cut a third-round pick (Taylor Whitley).