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I'm obviously feeling 100 percent correct about the first three players on the Dolphins depth chart, as it's not exactly going out on a limb that the big free-agent signing of the offseason, the biggest non-franchise tag re-signing of the offseason and a significant free-agent acquisition will be the top three players at the wide receiver position.
I'm also about 80 percent sure that Rishard Matthews will be Miami's fourth receiver; he will make an appearance in every game.
But at the fifth receiver? There are questions.
Odds are, the fifth receiver won't make an appearance in every game and likely will be used on special teams more so than on offense. The fifth wide receiver position on a play might even be filled by tight end Dustin Keller lining up in the slot or even Marcus Thigpen.
The Dolphins have enough versatility to allow that to happen. The only reason a fifth receiver might make his way on the field for an offensive play will be injuries, and since this is the NFL, as much as it is terrible to think about, there will be an injury of some kind.
Right now, Armon Binns is the front-runner for that fifth wide receiver slot, but I'm not feeling too hot about that.
Last year's undrafted free agent Jeff Fuller will make a run for the position, as could 2013 UDFA's Brian Tyms and Chad Bumphis. Speedy Terrell Sinkfield might also make enough noise in training camp to convince Miami to give him a shot at the position as well.
Nothing is set in stone with this position, and in fact, for all we know, Binns could wind up outperforming Matthews and take the fourth receiver position. Just about anything can happen in this situation, and it will take most (if not all) of training camp to figure it out.
For all we know, Miami's fifth wide receiver might not be on the roster yet, but could be an acorn released by another team after the final cuts land in Miami's lap.
Heck, it could even be the triumphant return of "Mr. 7-11" himself, Chris Hogan.
There's a lot to figure out on the Dolphins roster, and odds are fifth receiver isn't the battle you will be paying attention to.
Nonetheless, it will be a good battle, a battle that would've been totally unnecessary had they either kept Davone Bess for another season, drafted either Quinton Patton or Ryan Swope, or done both of those.
But I digress, as these Dolphins wideouts are better than what they had last season. How much better they will be will be fun to find out.
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