player. 59. Marcus Peters would give the Dolphins a corner opposite standout Brent Grimes who would give the team a player comfortable in man-to-man coverage deep down the field. Peters also is excellent at winning jump balls, making him an ideal candidate to be left on an island. However, he does have character concerns, running into trouble with his coaching staff in Washington. Joe Philbin isn’t exactly the ideal coach for handling personalities.
<p>Without Mike Wallace, the Dolphins could also go with a wide receiver here to help Ryan Tannehill, perhaps Louisville’s DeVante Parker.</p>. CB. Washington. Marcus Peters. 14