It's going to be hard for Jarvis Landry to duplicate last season. Landry recorded 110 receptions for 1157 yards. However, the way Adam Gase is talking, Landry could do more with less receptions. Landry is a key player for the Dolphins and is one of the most exciting players to watch. I can't wait to see how Landry will work in Gase's offense.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day's round-up below.
Gase predicts yet 'another level' for Landry in 2016 | www.mypalmbeachpost.com
Jarvis Landry was talking about some of the guys he trains with in the off-season when he’s away from training camp.
Miami Dolphins: Rating the Adam Gase buzz level against other debuts | Dave's Digital Domain
It’s pretty exciting having a new coach with the Miami Dolphins. Fresh ideas. Great expectations. And then there’s that undefeated 0-0 record. Where, though, do you rate the buzz level on Adam Gase compared to other coaches who have come this way since the departure of Don Shula? I’m...
Dolphins Wide Receivers
Miami Dolphins have plenty of competition at WR after top three | Miami Herald
Several players, including rookie Jakeem Grant and veteran Griff Whalen, are competing for one or two open wide receiver jobs with the Miami Dolphins.
Adam Gase says DeVante Parker's ailment isn't his foot - Sun Sentinel
Miami Dolphins receiver DeVante Parker has been held out of organized team activities for two weeks, but it isn't because of his surgically repaired left foot.
Dolphins' Jarvis Landry describes star-studded workouts with top WRs - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
Imagine an offense with Pro Bowl receivers Antonio Brown, Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry. Well, that became a reality this offseason in Miami.
OTA NOTEBOOK: Landry Not Resting On His Laurels; Other Notes
The Dolphins Pro Bowl wide receiver said that part of his preparation for the 2016 season again included spending time with fellow Pro Bowl wide receivers Odell Beckham Jr. of the New York Giants and Antonio Brown of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Kiko Alonso on Miami Dolphins linebackers: 'Sky is the limit' - Miami Dolphins Blog- ESPN
Kiko Alonso believes the Dolphins' LBs can make a big leap in production in 2016, and they will need to bolster a unit that ranked 25th a year ago.
Five Questions With Neville Hewitt
We play five questions with linebacker Neville Hewitt.
McCain Looking To Become A Playmaker
Bobby McCain intends on making a lot of plays for the Dolphins this upcoming season after starting four games and flashing solid coverage skills as a rookie in 2015.
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DeVante Parker continues sideline work during OTAs - The Phinsider
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Phinsider Radio quick hits: Tunsil, Drake, Foster, and Phillips - The Phinsider
Our weekly Phinsider Radio episode for June 9, 2016.