Dolphins second-round WR Jarvis Landry worked at all three receiver positions during rookie minicamp.
Per the Miami Herald, "no one should write off" Landry playing meaningful snaps this season. Landry has the ability to play both outside and in the slot and could push Brandon Gibson for the No. 3 receiver job. He'll need to contribute on special teams initially, but should see time in three- and four-wide sets.
ESPN Dolphins reporter James Walker believes rookie OT Ja'Wuan James has the "inside track" on the starting right tackle position.
James was always likely to be an immediate starter after Miami selected him with the No. 19 pick. The Dolphins have a glaring hole at right tackle, and James was one of the most experienced tackles in the draft. He will have to beat out Jason Fox, but it would be a shock if James is not starting at right tackle Week 1.