Due to the departure of wide receiver Chad Johnson, the Miami Dolphinsthird year wideout Roberto Wallace is now running with the first team. Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald notes that this is Wallace's big opportunity, but it's also "a two-edged sword." This means that he could either step up or he could falter, which could potentially end his short career in Miami.
Wallace has six receptions in his career, all of which came in 2010. He only played in two games last season after being placed on injured reserve because of a quad injury. The Dolphins would like to keep Davone Bess in the slot and Legedu Naanee is currently the team's No. 1 receiver. Should Wallace lose his newly found starting spot, the next receivers in line are the injured Brian Hartline and long list of rookies and other unproven players.