But relatively speaking, the Dolphins actually find themselves in decent shape at wide receiver and tight end as the draft approaches.
That's not to say that the Dolphins automatically won't be tempted to select Michigan wideout Braylon Edwards with the second overall pick because they might be.
But all things considered, it's not a huge priority for the Dolphins.
David Boston still hasn't signed with the 49ers, but the feeling is that's where he will be playing next season.
Don't get us wrong, it's not as though the Dolphins couldn't use somebody here -- either a better No. 3 wideout or someone to challenge Booker for a starting job.
It's just that in the grand scheme of things, the Dolphins have bigger needs. Unless, of course, they get tempted by Edwards at No. 2.
The biggest priority at tight end isn't adding someone through the draft, but rather signing McMichael to a new contract and preventing him from hitting the free agent market next spring.