On the topic of rookie WR Jarvis Landry...
“He always made plays, got separation, got open and made great catches, and that’s what he’s been doing for us the last two weeks,” Dolphins general manager Dennis Hickey said.
no one should write off Landry playing meaningful offensive snaps this fall, even with the Dolphins returning their top nine pass-catchers from 2013. On the job for just two weeks, he has already worked at all the receiver positions — both on the outside and in the slot.
More likely, however, Landry will also need to be a special-teams presence to get activated on Sundays.