Found July 22, 2013 on Phins Phocus:
The Dolphins opened up day 2 of training camp in Davie, Florida with an improvement in offensive execution. As the team practiced in the bubble, many reporters couldn't tell whether Mike Wallace or Brandon Gibson were getting the ball as they were used in motion frequently, and specifically, Mike Wallace was moved around from the slot to the outside receiver positions.  This early development shows the Dolphins are making that effort early on to disguise what they will be doing to use Wallace and the importance of getting him the ball. In addition, while Jonathan Martin made some strides today by pancake blocking Olivier Vernon on one play, on a one on one drill, Vernon got the best of him getting a second chance.  Playing against a power rusher like Vernon can only make Martin better. As far as the offense is concerned, it is becoming clear that Tannehill has developed some early chemistry with tight end Dustin Keller which is a positive step given the loss of Antho...
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