Unlike the rest of these battles that have two players fighting for one spot, the No. 2 cornerback position will be a three-man competition that will drag on throughout training camp.
As of right now, it does appear that Cortland Finnegan has the early leg up on Jamar Taylor and Will Davis, with all reports out of OTAs being that the veteran cornerback looked very good.
However, there is still a long way to go, and it's not a stretch to imagine Finnegan reverting back to his 2013 form once the pads come on.
If that happens, it's possible Finnegan drops out of the rotation completely, as the 30-year-old cornerback was simply atrocious last year, ranking 109th out of 110 cornerbacks, according to Pro Football Focus (subscription required).
Even if it doesn't happen, it's still entirely possible that either Taylor or Davis performs well enough in training camp to win the job outright.
Taylor is one of the players most fans are expecting a breakout season from after the second-round pick was virtually a non-factor in 2013. He missed a total of seven games throughout the year and was on the field for just a grand total of 45 snaps.
He is a physical cornerback that has quick feet and an ability to change direction quickly, making him adept at playing both outside or in the slot.
Davis, meanwhile, is also coming off an injury-riddled season in which he was inactive for 10 games and played in just 65 total snaps all year.
He is usually quickly dismissed as a possible winner of this battle, largely due to the fact that most people have forgotten about the training camp he put together last season that had him lined up to win the No. 2 cornerback job before injuries hit.
According to Jackson, the cornerback out of Utah State was proving to be a ball hawk thanks to his great leaping ability and soft hands.
If he can repeat that type of performance this year, the Dolphins coaches are going to have a very tough decision on their hands.
In the end, though, I do expect the coaches to give the nod to the veteran (as they usually do), who appears ready to put together a nice bounce-back season.
Winner: Cortland Finnegan