The Dolphins had a need at safety after deciding to move on from Chris Clemons. I’m not entirely sure why they did that considering Clemons has been a solid starter over the past two seasons, but I’m not taking that into account in this grade. Signing Delmas was a pretty solid move. Delmas has a history of injury, missing 13 games from 2011-2012, but he played pretty well last season, grading out as Pro Football Focus’ 26th ranked safety. The Lions cut him because it saved 6 million on the cap and in cash, but he can stay play well when healthy. Giving him a one year deal, worth only 3.5 million, was a very smart move for the safety needy Dolphins.