Brent Grimes - DB - Dolphins
New Dolphins CB Brent Grimes (Achilles) remains on pace to be ready for training camp.
Grimes isn't putting a percentage on his recovery, but says he's "feeling good" and "being smart" in his rehab. Grimes will be 364 days removed from his injury when the Dolphins take on the Browns in Week 1
Charles Clay - TE - Dolphins
Dolphins TE/FB Charles Clay (meniscus surgery) is 100 percent.
"Iím good and ready to go," Clay said Tuesday. Clay should enter the season as the Dolphins' No. 2 pass-catching tight end behind Dustin Keller. Fourth-round pick Dion Sims is primarily a blocker
Lamar Miller- RB - Dolphins
Lamar Miller is aiming for 1,500 rushing yards and five yards per carry this season.
"Iím trying to get bigger and faster, improve my explosiveness so I can break more tackles, make guys miss," Miller said Tuesday. "Trying to become a great back in this league." They're lofty goals, but everyone besides Daniel Thomas believes Miller will get a chance to meet them as the Dolphins' starting back. Miller has exciting talent, but the Dolphins are taking a bit of a risk by putting so many eggs in the basket of a back with just 51 career carries. Miller should be treated as an RB2 in fantasy drafts
Daniel Thomas - RB - Dolphins
Daniel Thomas believes he's a legitimate contender for the Dolphins' starting running back job.
Thomas must not be watching much of his own film. "I donít know why (Lamar Miller) would have the inside track," Thomas said incredulously Tuesday. "Itís an open competition. Everybody has a fair shot. The best player is going to get the job. Nobody has a leg up." Thomas does admit he's been "inconsistent" since being the No. 62 overall pick of the 2011 draft. All signs suggest the Dolphins want and expect Miller to be their No. 1 back
Jonathan Martin - T - Dolphins
The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins are "privately very optimistic" about Jonathan Martin's chances of becoming a solid left tackle.
That must be the case, as despite an abundance of sound and fury, the Dolphins never seriously pursued an alternative after Jake Long bolted for the Rams. Martin, for his part, is relieved to finally know his position. "Itís exciting to play left tackle in the NFL ó that has been a dream my whole life." Martin is "devouring four meals a day" in an effort to get up to 318 pounds after playing near 305 last season. The Dolphins' bevy of moves could be all for naught if Martin isn't up to the challenge of protecting Ryan Tannehill's blindside