The free agent shopping spree around the NFL has slowed down considerably in the last couple of weeks as teams now turn their attention to the draft. But that doesn't mean the Dolphins aren't continuing to look at players who they feel could help the team.

In the last few days, the Dolphins have brought in for visits Houston offensive tackle Greg Randall and Green Bay safety Antuan Edwards.

The Dolphins still are looking to upgrade the offensive line and signing Randall certainly would be ironic considering the lost his job as the Texans' starting right tackle this offseason when Todd Wade signed with Houston.

As for Edwards, he's a former starter for the Packers who would come in and compete with Arturo Freeman for the starting free safety spot. It's clear by now the Dolphins have their reservations about Freeman, which is why they want to add a starting-caliber safety, whether it be in free agency or through the draft.

In other news:

-- Running back Leonard Henry is off to a great start in NFL Europe. He was named the league's Offensive Player of the Week for the opening weekend after rushing for 114 yards and catching three passes for 60 yards.

-- Former Dolphins tight end Jim Mandich, now the team's radio analyst, was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame. Mandich played at the University of Michigan in the late 1960s.

-- Former Dolphins defensive end Lorenzo Bromell has signed as an unrestricted free agent with the New York Giants. He finished last season with the Oakland Raiders.

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