Foremost among them is defensive lineman Vonnie Holiday, who told Sports Illustrated,
"With the ninth pick they took a guy who is basically a kick returner -- a hurt kick returner. Here were are in June, and he hasn't been in camp yet. Maybe he'll come in eventually and become a better route-runner and make some plays. But I couldn't believe it then, and I can't believe it now."
Even Jason Taylor, the Dolphins' best player and a generally diplomatic person, said he was amazed the Dolphins passed on Brady Quinn. It's a very bad sign for new coach Cam Cameron if a player of Taylor's stature isn't on board with what Cameron's doing.
But at the same time, show me an NFL team that chooses its draft picks based on what will make the fans and veteran players happy, and I'll show you an NFL team that is hopelessly dysfunctional. Ginn has to prove himself to a lot of people, but that doesn't mean he was the wrong pick.