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Well, here is a breakdown of what we should have learned from the first week of training camp with the Dolphins, who have the day off on Tuesday.
The action resumes on Wednesday, and if this is like past Dolphins training camps I've covered there will be minor depth chart alterations based on today's coaches meetings.
Some of the material you'll read below could provide some hints.
Naanee is Miami's second biggest receiver (Robert Wallace is No. 1). He's the best blocking receiver. He has deep speed (beat
The truth could be found somewhere in the middle. I'd love to see him work against the starters. Stay tuned.
The biggest thing I've learned about new quarterbacks is how they play immediately is fools gold.
8. Based on last season's performance, when Culver's sure-handed performance was what made Miami's defense a force, he's the safety I predict will work the best with this young secondary. Culver has the brains to run the operation. However, I'm waiting to see if Wilson can reproduce his training camp performance from last year, where he was the top player on the entire team. He hasn't flashed so far, but I'm a patient man.
9. Defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle challenged me when I told him there's only one starting spot (safety) up for grabs. According to Coyle, there are roles that are like starting spots to him that are up for grabs.
We're splitting hairs on that subject, but I am curious to see who becomes the situational pass rusher (
10. Everyone on the team keeps talking up
But the praise from Pruitt keeps coming because everyone on the team, especially those who have been around for a couple of seasons, respects his hustle. Right now Pruitt is the sixth receiver to beat for the final spot on the 53-man roster.