On the roster: CB Vontae Davis, CB Sean Smith, CB Will Allen, CB Evan Oglesby, CB Nolan Carroll, CB Jason Allen, CB A.J. Wallace, CB Ross Weaver, S Tyrone Culver, S Chris Clemons, S Nate Ness, S Reshad Jones, S Yeremiah Bell, S Jonathon Amaya
Number likely to be kept: 9
The big training camp question: What is the likelihood that one of the team's three starting-caliber cornerback — Sean Smith, Vontae Davis and Will Allen — gets moved to free safety?
Analysis: The Dolphins didn't a lot in the offseason to address the free safety position, and that's the one glaring hole on this team as training camp begins. For now, it appears that 2009 fifth-round pick Chris Clemons has the inside track to start, but is he really ready for that assignment? One thing for sure, the Dolphins need a lot better player from that position than they got last year from Gibril Wilson. If the Dolphins can find a solution there, they have the makings of a great secondary because there is great depth at cornerback and strong safety Yeremiah Bell is coming off a Pro Bowl season. Keep an eye on undrafted safety Jonathon Amaya, who was impressive in offseason practices.
Who will make the team: Will Allen, Davis, Smith, Carroll, Jason Allen, Clemons, Jones, Culver, Bell