They'd have to fall pretty far to get a 2nd rounder and if Hayden is fast rising why does Rotoworld assume he'd be available that far down?
They said take Hayden later in the first round.
I think that's what Jammer is saying. Trading down enough to get a 2nd round pick would have you in the later part of the 1st round, where Hayden could be gone.
Jammer, great post BTW. What I believe through all the smoke (and this is just my personal speculative opinion):
Miami will take Lane Johnson if he's there or if a trade up is cheap (like simply jumping SD and going from 12 to 10). If that doesn't happen, they will trade for Branden Albert.
Then at 12 Miami likes Cooper, but won't take a OG at 12 unless they have no other options what so ever. If they're unable to trade for Albert or Johnson/Fisher, then DJ Fluker becomes a desperation consideration at 12.
Assuming they ARE able to trade for Albert:
If they get very good to great value to move down, they will. Other wise, Plan A) Eifert. Plan B) Hayden. Plan C) Sheldon Richardson. Plan D) Cooper/Warmack
If Milliner falls he's the obvious pick, but I don't see that happening.
If they take Hayden, they'll take Escobar at 42. If they take Eifert, they'll look to move up for Hayden if he's still there. If not, they'll wait on Jordan Poyer later and attack DE or safety with their next pick.