The main objective for the Miami Dolphins this offseason is to find a new No. 1 receiver to line up opposite Brian Hartline either through the 2013 NFL Draft or 2013 NFL Free Agency.
Albeit this yearâ€™s draft class is loaded with depth and talent at wide receiver, the Dolphinsâ€”which have $44 million in cap space (currently third most in the NFL)â€”are expected to strongly pursue one of the three big-name players at the position on the open market.
Given his past with Joe Philbin in Green Bay, Greg Jennings would seem to be a logical option. Â However, at 29-years-old and coming off an injury-plagued season, Jennings may not be the best decision.
Dwayne Bowe (also 29) is from Miami and has previously expressed interest in returning home, but he may not fit the â€˜Phins bill as a true field-stretching receiver that will open things up for the rest of the offense.
Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that Mike Wallace will be the teamâ€™sÂ top free agent target.
Wallace, one of ...