The Miami Dolphins are headed into OTAs with no stand out wide receivers after trading Brandon Marshall to the Chicago Bears. Regardless of which quarterback starts the 2012 NFL season between Matt Moore, David Garrard or Ryan Tannehill, they have no clear cut No. 1 options at their disposal. That is why Miami should change their tune on free agent wide receiver Plaxico Burress and at least invite him into camp for a work out.
Davone Bess is a decent possession receiver. Brian Hartline has been making strides at the position as well. But after that, all the team has to fight for balls is a list including Legedu Naanee, Clyde Gates and a few rookies they drafted last month.
No offense, but none of them exactly scream Pro-Bowl. And while I mean no offense toward the Dolphins, I expect their offense to be quite offensive in 2012. That is why bringing in Burress to at least see what type of skills and attitude he can offer is certainly worth a look.
But once again, the Dolphins prove th...