The third and final day of the 2019 NFL Draft is getting ready to start. So far Miami Dolphins Jerseys 2019 , three rounds have been completed, while four rounds will happen today. It has been a selection process full of..."WhiteSections 2018 NFL Draft2018 NFL Free Agency2018 Mock Drafts2018 Draft Prospects2019 NFL DraftNFL Draft 2019: When and where to watch Rounds 4-7, draft order, online stream, moreNew,10commentsEDTShareTweetShareShareNFL Draft 2019: When and where to watch Rounds 4-7, draft order, online stream Michael Deiter Jersey Cheap , moreChristopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY SportsThe third and final day of the 2019 NFL Draft is getting ready to start. So far, three rounds have been completed, while four rounds will happen today. It has been a selection process full of trades and surprises, and more of the same should happen today.The Miami Dolphins have added two draft prospects from this year, selecting Clemson defensive tackle Christian Wilkins in the first round and Wisconsin guard Michael Dieter in the third round. The team also added a 2018 draft prospect, one who was selected with the 10th overall pick, when they traded a second-round pick to the Arizona Cardinals for quarterback Josh Rosen.Just as we did yesterday for the first two days, here is everything you need to know for this afternoon’s Draft coverage. And Michael Deiter Jersey Womens , we will also be back with our live tracker of all the picks and trades as well as our live chat throughout the day. Make sure you come back then.2019 NFL Draft - Rounds 4-7Where: Nashville, TNFourth-Seventh Rounds: Saturday, April 27, 12pm ETPick times: 4th-6th rounds - 5 minutes; 7th round - 4 minutesTelevision Coverage: NFL Network, ESPN, ABC, ESPN DeportesStream: NFL.com/watch; fuboTV; ESPN appBest remaining players: Hakeem Butler, WR Michael Deiter white jersey , Iowa State; Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama; Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S/CB, Florida; Kelvin Harmon, WR, North Carolina State; and Mack Wilson, LB Michael Deiter Miami Dolphins Jerseys , Alabama headline the best players still on the board heading into Day 3.What is the Dolphins top need?Sign up for The Phinsider FanPulse here!Fourth Round Draft Order:1 - 103. Arizona Cardinals2 - 104. San Francisco 49ers3 - 105. New York Jets4 - 106. Oakland Raiders5 - 107. Tampa Bay Buccaneers6 - 108. New York Giants7 - 109. Oakland Raiders (from Jacksonville Jaguars)8 - 110. Cincinnati Bengals9 - 111. Detroit Lions10 - 112. Washington Redskins (from Buffalo Bills)11 - 113. Baltimore Ravens (from Denver Broncos)12 - 114. Seattle Seahawks (from Green Bay Packers)13 - 115. Carolina Panthers14 - 116. New Orleans Saints (from Miami Dolphins)15 - 117. Atlanta Falcons16 - 118. New England Patriots (from Washington Redskins through Green Bay Packers through Seattle Seahawks)17 - 119. Cleveland Browns18 - 120. Minnesota Vikings19 - 121. Tennessee Titans20 - 122. Pittsburgh Steelers21 - 123. Baltimore Ravens22 - 124. Seattle Seahawks23 - 125. Cincinnati Bengals (from Houston Texans through Denver Broncos)24 - 126. Chicago Bears25 - 127. Baltimore Ravens (from Philadelphia Eagles)26 - 128. Dallas Cowboys27 - 129. Indianapolis Colts28 - 130. Los Angeles Chargers 29 - 131. Washington Redskins (from Kansas City Chiefs through Buffalo Bills)30 - 132. Seattle Seahawks (from New Orleans Saints from New York Giants)31 - 133. New England Patriots (from Los Angeles Rams)32 - 134. New England Patriots33 - 135. Indianapolis Colts34 - 136. Dallas Cowboys35 - 137. Atlanta Falcons36 - 138. Philadelphia EaglesRound Five Draft Order1 - 139. Arizona Cardinals2 - 140. Jacksonville Jaguars (from New York Jets through Oakland Raiders)3 - 141. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Oakland Raiders)4 - 142. Seattle Seahawks (from Detroit Lions through San Francisco 49ers through New York Giants)5 - 143. New York Giants6 - 144. Indianapolis Colts (from Jacksonville Jaguars through Cleveland Browns)7 - 145. Tampa Bay Buccaneers8 - 146. Detroit Lions9 - 147. Buffalo Bills10 - 148. Denver Broncos11 - 149. Cincinnati Bengals12 - 150. Green Bay Packers13 - 151. Miami Dolphins14 - 152. Atlanta Falcons15 - 153. Washington Redskins16 - 154. Carolina Panthers17 - 155. Cleveland Browns18 - 156. Denver Broncos (from Minnesota Vikings)19 - 157. Tennessee Titans20 - 158. Oakland Raiders (from Pittsburgh Steelers through Oakland Raiders through Buffalo Bills)21 - 159. Minnesota Vikings (from Seattle Seahawks)22 - 160. Baltimore Ravens23 - 161. Houston Texans24 - 162. Los Angeles Rams (from Chicago Bears through New England Patriots)25 - 163. Philadelphia Eagles26 - 164. Indianapolis Colts27 - 165. Dallas Cowboys28 - 166. Los Angeles Chargers29 - 167. Los Angeles Rams (from Kansas City Chiefs)30 - 168. New Orleans Saints31 - 169. Los Angeles Rams32 - 170. Cleveland Browns (from New England Patriots)33 - 171. New York Giants34 - 172. Atlanta Falcons35 - 173. Washington RedskinsRound Six Draft Order1 - 174. Arizona Cardinals2 - 175. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Oakland Raiders)3 - 176. San Francisco 49ers4 - 177. New Orleans Saints (from New York Jets)5 - 178. Jacksonville Jaguars6 - 179. Arizona Cardinals (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers)7 - 180. New York Giants8 - 181. Buffalo Bills9 - 182. Cincinnati Bengals (from Denver Broncos)10 - 183. Cincinnati Bengals11 - 184. Detroit Lions12 - 185. Green Bay Packers13 - 186. Atlanta Falcons14 - 187. Carolina Panthers15 - 188. Tennessee Titans (from Miami Dolphins)16 - 189. Cleveland Browns17 - 190. Minnesota Vikings18 - 191. Minnesota Vikings (from Tennessee Titans through Baltimore Ravens)19 - 192. Pittsburgh Steelers20 - 193. Minnesota Vikings (from Baltimore Ravens)21 - 194. Green Bay Packers (from Seattle Seahawks)22 - 195. Houston Texans23 - 196. New York Jets (from Chicago Bears through Oakland Raiders)24 - 197. Baltimore Ravens (from Philadelphia Eagles)25 - 198. Cincinnati Bengals (from Dallas Cowboys)26 - 199. Indianapolis Colts27 - 200. Los Angeles Chargers28 - 201. Kansas City Chiefs29 - 202. Miami Dolphins (from New Orleans Saints)30 - 203. Atlanta Falcons (from Los Angeles Rams)31 - 204. Minnesota Vikings (from New England Patriots through Detroit Lions)32 - 205. Chicago Bears (from New England Patriots)33 - 206. Washington Redskins34 - 207. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Arizona Cardinals)35 - 208. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Philadelphia Eagles)36 - 209. Minnesota Vikings (from Seattle Seahawks)37 - 210. Cincinnati Bengals38 - 211. Cincinnati Bengals39 - 212. San Francisco 49ers40 - 213. Cincinnati Bengals41 - 214. Kansas City ChiefsRound Seven Draft Order1 - 215. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Arizona Cardinals)2 - 216. Kansas City Chiefs (from San Francisco 49ers)3 - 217. New York Jets (from Minnesota Vikings)4 - 218. Oakland Raiders5 - 219. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers)6 - 220. Houston Texans (from New York Giants through Denver Broncos)7 - 221. Cleveland Browns (from Jacksonville Jaguars)8 - 222. Chicago Bears (from Denver Broncos through Philadelphia Eagles)9 - 223. Cincinnati Bengals10 - 224. Detroit Lions11 - 225. Buffalo Bills12 - 226. Green Bay Packers13 - 227. Washington Redskins14 - 228. Buffalo Bills (from Carolina Panthers)15 - 229. Detroit Lions (from Miami Dolphins)16 - 230. Atlanta Falcons17 - 231. New Orleans Saints (from Cleveland Browns)18 - 232. New York Giants (from Minnesota Vikings)19 - 233. Miami Dolphins (from Tennessee Titans)20 - 234. Miami Dolphins (from Pittsburgh Steelers through Cleveland Browns)21 - 235. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Seattle Seahawks through Oakland Raiders)22 - 236. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Baltimore Ravens)23 - 237. Denver Broncos (from Houston Texans)24 - 238. Chicago Bears25 - 239. New England Patriots (from Philadelphia Eagles)26 - 240. Indianapolis Colts27 - 241. Dallas Cowboys28 - 242. Los Angeles Chargers29 - 243. New England Patriots (from Kansas City Chiefs through San Francisco 49ers through Cleveland Browns)30 - 244. New Orleans Saints31 - 245. New York Giants (from Los Angeles Rams)32 - 246. New England Patriots33 - 247. Minnesota Vikings34 - 248. Arizona Cardinals35 - 249. Arizona Cardinals36 - 250. Minnesota Vikings37 - 251. Los Angeles Rams38 - 252. New England Patriots39 - 253. Washington Redskins40 - 254. Arizona Cardinals In DeGuglielmo We Trust" Miami Dolphins NewsNFL News2019 Miami Dolphins Coaching SearchDolphins Fire OL Coach Patrick Flaherty, promote Dave DeGuglielmo New,107commentsIn DeGuglielmo We Trust EDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Dolphins Fire OL Coach Patrick Flaherty, promote Dave DeGuglielmo TwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Robin Alam/Icon Sportswire via Getty ImagesThe Dolphins’ offensive line has consistently ranked at the bottom of the NFL in recent years. And whether it be a coach addicted to things outside of football, or one failed draft pick after another, things just have not worked for the unit since the days of Tony Sparano. (R.I.P.)Today, we found out there’s still a lot to be desired from the current group, as the Dolphins fired their offensive line coach earlier today.According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport Miami Dolphins Jerseys Stitched , OL coach Patrick Flaherty has been fired for failing to implement a new system over the last several months. The Dolphins will promote Dave DeGuglielmo to offensive line coach. DeGuglielmo, most recently helped turn the Colts’ offensive line into a juggernaut. He hopes to do the same here in Miami.