are working out veteran receiver
, and if he receives a favorable report from his physical a team source said "its possible" he could sign before the Sept. 9 season-opener against Houston, his former team.
Disappointed with that the team saw from its receivers during the preseason the Dolphins are looking to reboot the unit, exploring a few veteran receives who recently became unemployed.
, who spent 2009 as a practice squad receiver with the Dolphins, was claimed off the waiver wire on Saturday, and it appears the Dolphins are looking to add one more veteran receiver to the team.
Last week the Dolphins worked out
. Signing Stallworth is still a possibility, but it appears the team favors Gaffney, an 10-year veteran who has caught 443 passes for 5,622 yards and scored 24 touchdowns throughout his career.
Gaffney, 31, has played for