The Miami Dolphins have expressed interest in Miami basketball player Erik Swoope, who will be available in the 2014 NFL Draft.

Footballguys View: Swoope has the height to be intriguing and many a former basketball player has transitioned to football but Swoope would be starting from scratch at the pro level. If this sounds nuts, blame the Denver Broncos for wanting to set up a workout. Height, explosiveness and a good work ethic are all nice, but it’d be hard to spend a high pick on him or hold a roster spot open while he learns the fundamentals most players got in college at the latest.


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