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WR1: Mike Wallace
WR2: Brian Hartline
WR3: Jarvis Landry
WR4: Brandon Gibson
WR5: Rishard Matthews
WR6: Damian Williams
With the addition of Jarvis Landry, wide receiver has quickly become one of the deepest position the Dolphins have.
Mike Wallace will return as the team's top weapon, looking for an improved performance than the 73 catches, 930 yards and five touchdowns that he had in 2013.
That will likely come with another year playing with Tannehill along with better usage in Bill Lazor's offense compared to how he was used under Mike Sherman.
Brian Hartline should continue to be a steady and reliable weapon for Tannehill on the outside as the No. 2 receiver.
Then we get to what will be the key training camp battle at receiver, with the rookie Landry looking to stake claim to the slot receiver role over Brandon Gibson.
He will likely have a leg up on the veteran, as Gibson is still working his way back from a torn patellar tendon that he suffered in 2013.
I expect Rishard Matthews to stick on the roster after putting up some solid performances last season, especially the 11-catch, 120-yard, two-touchdown performance against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The No. 6 receiver job will be up for grabs, with rookie Matt Hazel, Armon Binns and veteran Damian Williams the most likely candidates to win the job.
Among these options, look for Williams to outperform Hazel and Binns and earn the last spot.