The Dolphins Wide Receivers core has the potential of being a good one this year and having Ryan Tannehill under center is beneficial. The Dolphins this offseason was able to sign Mike Wallace, to a five year $60 million dollar contract and even turned down a contract from the Minnesota Viking. Mike Wallace had 64 receptions for 836 yards and eight touchdowns for the Pittsburgh Steelers last year. When Mike Wallace signed with the Miami Dolphins, obviously I was like Miami finally has a deep threat for Ryan Tannehill to throw too. Also, resigning Brian Hartline in the offseason was critical, because he had 74 receptions for 1,083 yards and led the team overall as a receiver.
The Dolphins signed Brian Hartline, last year to a five-year worth $31 million and with trading away Davone Bess it was critical to keep him. The Dolphins also signed Brandon Gibson; former St. Louis Rams to a three-year deal, with the Rams 51 receptions for 691 yards and five touchdowns and TE Dustin Keller was lured away from the Jets. The Dolphins front office did an excellent job surrounding second year quarterback Ryan Tannehill with weapons. It’s Ryan Tannehill chance to prove that he can get it done with the new weapons at Wide Receivers.
In camp Ryan Tannehill has build chemistry with Brandon Gibson and he said this about chemistry with Ryan Tannehill “I think it’s just coming along’ Its not a thing, that’s going to happen magically, but throughout time I think it will get better”. I ask Mike Wallace about the chemistry with Ryan Tannehill, he said, “ I feel like we are growing everyday, still have four weeks before the first game and I like the direction we are going in” After, hearing what Mike Wallace and Brandon Gibson said about Ryan Tannehill, it looks like they are building chemistry. The Dolphins don’t start the season until September 8, 2013 against the Cleveland Browns, but Ryan Tannehill can start building chemistry with receivers starting against the Cowboys this Sunday.