So much was made about Lynn Bowden, Jr. heading into Miami Dolphins training camp this year but so far, he has been almost non-existent. Rarely discussed on social media from media members in attendance or fans who attended practice.
Bowden is living his own “Quiet Place” but Malcolm Perry is the sequel, “Quiet Place 2”. Both need to do more and they are running out of time. With only three pre-season games now, young players on the edge of the roster have to make every impactful impression that they can.
There is a good chance that only one of the two makes this year’s roster and there is still a chance that neither of them will if they don’t start showing more than on-paper potential. We should get to see plenty of each of them today and next week.
Both could be versatile players in the Dolphins offense and both can play in the backfield and at wide receiver but the running back unit is pretty deep and the WR unit is deeper. They are not only battling themselves.
Time is running out on what was initially thought to be a great camp battle but again, so far, it has been pretty absent.