DAVIE (CBSMiami/AP) — The Miami Dolphins are certainly going to have a different look in 2015 than they did at the end of the previous season.READ MORE: Florida’s Surgeon General Asked To Leave Meeting At State Senator’s Office After Refusing To Wear Mask
Free agent receiver Michael Crabtree has scheduled a visit with the Dolphins, who are revamping the position this offseason.
Crabtree has been a starter for the San Francisco 49ers since they took him with the 10th overall selection in the 2009 draft.
He had 68 catches last year but dropped passes were a problem, and he averaged a career-low 10.3 yards per reception while scoring only four touchdowns.READ MORE: Finding This Year’s Most Popular Toys May Be Challenging Because Of Supply Chain Issues
Crabtree was also recovering from a torn Achilles and played at least part of the year at less than 100% health.
When at the top of his game, Crabtree has a good combination of speed and toughness and could potentially add an element that is currently lacking in the Dolphins receiving corps.
The Dolphins remain in the market for help even after acquiring receiver Kenny Stills in a trade with New Orleans. They traded disgruntled receiver Mike Wallace to Minnesota, and released Brian Hartline and Brandon Gibson.MORE NEWS: Experts Don't Anticipate National Supply Chain Crisis To End Anytime Soon
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