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I hope I'm not tweeting this at any time this season:
"Man, I don't understand how the #Dolphins signed Mike Wallace when there were so many other good receivers in free agency and in the draft SMH"
Then follow that up with:
"I'm not bashing him or have something against him, I just don't understand it as I watch Jennings and Davone Bess make Christian Ponder and Brandon Weeden look like real QBs while Quinton Patton is killing it in SF."
I doubt you will see those tweets/bad jokes in the future at the expense of Wallace's ignorance (they weren't homophobic, just ignorant since it's not a choice, even though the Dolphins seem to think otherwise), because Wallace, as Miami's No. 1 receiver, will provide them with what was missing last season.
Alongside Wallace you have Brian Hartline, Miami's leading receiver last season. With a new contract in tow and a season where he won't be the focus of opposing team's secondaries, I expect Hartline to flourish.
Brandon Gibson serves as Miami's No. 3 receiver, but it wouldn't surprise me if he moved up to No. 2 during training camp if he exceeds expectations.
The fourth wide receiver slot should be a battle. If I were to choose a favorite right now, it would be 2012 seventh-rounder Rishard Matthews. Regardless, expect heavy competition between him, former Tannehill teammate Jeff Fuller and Armon Binns.
If UDFA Terrell Sinkfield can live up to the hype caused by his reported 4.19 40-yard dash (per ESPN.com), he'll make the team not just as a receiver, but also in the return game.
WR1: Mike Wallace
WR2: Brian Hartline
WR3: Brandon Gibson
WR4: Rishard Matthews
WR5: Jeff Fuller
WR6: Terrell Sinkfield