This offseason, the Miami Dolphins revamped their offense in a big way when they brought in former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace. Miami went last year without a big-time wideout after trading Brandon Marshall to the Chicago Bears.
The Dolphins also signed free agent tight end Dustin Keller, former starter for the New York Jets, giving them two very formidable weapons on offense. Unfortunately for Keller and the Dolphins, he is now out for the season due to injury and Miami has been searching for answers to who their next-in-line will be.
Throughout camp, there have been questions as to whether they have enough to compete at the tight end position. Would they decide to wait until other teams make their cuts and sign another body to give them some more depth and possibly more talent there?
Well, if recent developments are any indication, the Dolphins look like they are going to stay put. According to the Miami Herald, the Dolphins will likely keep their tight ends where they are at, thus not making a move to sign another player to come in and compete.
Currently, the starter is Charles Clay followed by rookie Dion Sims, second-year pro Michael Egnew and fellow sophomore Kyle Miller. Sims performed well throughout camp, giving the team enough reason to believe they have at least two solid, formidable tight ends on the depth chart.
While some Dolphins fans may not believe these reports, the only thing there is to do is wait it out and keep checking in here for the latest news regarding their roster and all of the cuts to come.