The sad decline of former Miami Dolphins wide receiver Davone Bess continued to get worse Wednesday when the Cleveland Browns announced they would release the troubled receiver.
Mike Wallace expected to be a big play, deep threat wide receiver for the Miami Dolphins when he signed a $60 million contract in the offseason. But a quarter of the way through the season, Wallace hasn’t produced many big plays and it has him worried.
Things may be going from bad to worse for New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and the offense he leads.
After a victory, you’d think every player on the Miami Dolphins would be happy about the performance. That wasn’t the case for the Fins’ $60 million man, wide receiver Mike Wallace.
Another day of practice brought another injury to a Florida State wide receiver. Luckily for Seminoles fans, this injury wasn’t considered serious.
On paper, it’s an impressive array of speed (Mike Wallace) consistency (Brian Hartline and Brandon Gibson) and potential mismatches (Dustin Keller). But there have been countless NFL teams that looked great on paper, but never could translate the talent onto the field. For the Fins, the key will be forming a bond between the new players, like Wallace and Gibson, and Ryan Tannehill.
The Florida State Seminoles wide receiving corps took a hit Thursday, but it wasn’t anything that happened on the field.
While it’s been assumed that Davone Bess would remain the Miami Dolphins’ slot receiver; that may or may not be the case. According to the New York Daily News, the Dolphins and Jets are currently pursuing wide receiver Brandon Gibson.
The Miami Dolphins have a quality starting quarterback on the bench, but are needy at wide receiver. The Kansas City Chiefs have a star receiver, but no quarterback worth starting on the roster.
The Miami Dolphins needed receiver help and depth after the trade of Brandon Marshall to the Chicago Bears. The Fins began addressing the problem by signing free agent receiver Legedu Naanee Tuesday morning.