Miami's 5th round pick was exchanged for Joey "I played the worst game in NFL history, except for maybe Ray Lucas" Harrington.
But Miami had two 6th round picks:
Their first was used on Hawai'i Fullback Reagan Mauia, a team mate of Samson's. Early at UH, Reagan was an offensive lineman. He and a few other lineman were converted into running backs known as "The Bash Brothers." Said Reagan:
"I'm more like a fullback. A running back is shifty like Nasty (Nate Ilaoa), and all those guys with speed. You're not going to find that with me, man. It's straight ahead."
I'm sensing a definite trend here, aren't you?
Incidentally, that's Reagan doing a haka after a game. I'd personally *love* to see that after a Phins game, wouldn't you?
Their other 6th rounder was used on a guy named Drew Mormino, an (suprise!) offensive lineman. He played for the Central Michigan Chippewas, where his position coach had this to say about him:
"He's a war-daddy. A war-daddy is fearless, intense, loves contact. Drew is just a football intelligent guy and that was evident the first time I met him. He's a gentleman off the field but he's nasty on the field and that's how I like my linemen to be."
Now I *definitely* see a pattern developing. Give me lots of nasty offensive lineman, baby!