For every NFL team, the offseason is a time of change. When the Miami Dolphins sat down to plot their offseason course, the wide receiver position must have been near the top of their priority list.
Last season, the Dolphins’ receivers ranked near the bottom of the NFL in nearly every statistical category. They were 25th in receptions, 26th in average yardage and 29th in scoring just to name a few. Oddly, it was a breakout year for the Dolphins’ leading receiver Brian Hartline, but as a whole, the wide receivers simply did not get it done.
Still, rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill was able to throw for...http://bit.ly/162FT4d