Gore is expected to have a significant role in the Miami offense, rather than simply serving as a mentor to Kenyan Drake, Hal Habib of The Palm Beach Post reports. "We got caught in a couple of situations last year where Kenyan was the only guy we had and he had to take the majority of the carries," said Dolphins coach Adam Gase. "Really, that's not what we want over a 16-game season. We'll make sure that we spread this thing out well. We'll use both of those guys the right way."
Wilson's versatility has caught the eye of Miami's receivers coach Ben Johnson, Hal Habib of the Palm Beach Post reports. "It's really triggered us to say he's not limited in the slot, he's not limited outside," Johnson said of Wilson. "He can line up in the backfield. He can do so many different things for us."
Stills is one of four Miami wideouts with considerable starting experience, joined by DeVante Parker and offseason acquisitions Albert Wilson and Danny Amendola, Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald reports.