Deepest positions for the Miami Dolphins: Wide Receiver
The Dolphins spent money and resources at essentially every position this offseason, but perhaps no more than on the wide receivers.
Tyreek Hill was of course the big catch. His acquisition from the Chiefs cost Miami a pretty penny, but he represents the first legit superstar on the Dolphins roster in recent memory.
But the team also added a player who figures to be the third or fourth wide receiver on the depth chart in Cedrick Wilson Jr., who has the potential to be one of the best under-the-radar pick-ups of the offseason. They also used one of their few draft picks on Erik Ezukanma, a do-it-all pass catcher out of Texas Tech.
Having an issue with too many hands and only one ball is a good problem to have, as depth at a premium position is difficult to come by. Miami will be faced with these issues in camp as the aforementioned players join the returning group from last season that consists of Jaylen Waddle, Lynn Bowden Jr., Preston Williams, and others.
The Dolphins will have their pick of the litter when it comes to the final cuts near the end of camp, which should end up being one of the top 3 or 5 wide receiver units in the entire league.