The arrival of Brandon Marshall has generated a lot of buzz down in Miami, but the identity of the starter opposite Marshall has yet to be determined. Three players who have done some good things in the past for the Dolphins are Davone Bess, Greg Camarillo, and Brian Hartline.
The South Florida Sun-Sentinel that Bess is primarily working in the slot while Camarillo and Hartline serve as the starters in minicamp. But Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano said the “next best guy” will line up as the starter opposite Brandon Marshall, which seems to indicate Bess could win the job.
Marshall will likely be the only Miami wide receiver who makes a major impact, but Bess can be useful at times, especially in a PPR format. Still, he's ranked #65 in our most recent cheat sheets. Hartline is #69 and Camarillo is unranked. Bess and Hartline are worth watching, especially if young quarterback Chad Henne continues to improve, but neither are worth anything more than late-round flyers in pretty much every format.