Apparently, you need to know the name of wide receiver Armon Binns . This past weekend, multiple outlets in South Florida wrote about how impressive Binns has looked during offseason practices. The South Florida Sun-Sentinel wrote that Binns was one of the team's top playmakers and red-zone threats consistently. Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald wrote that Binns helped his stock more than any other offensive player on the team.
Binns is hoping that a great offseason leads to a great training camp, and a chance to show what he can do when it all counts.
"I just want Ryan Tannehill and [offensive coordinator] Mike Sherman to know that I'm a guy that can be put in there to make plays, contribute," Binns said, via the Sun-Sentinel. "Put me in the game and take pressure off Mike Wallace and Brian Hartline ."
Between Wallace, Hartline, Brandon Gibson , tight end Dustin Keller, and running back Lamar Miller, Binns is trying to carve out a niche in what looks to be a rather crowded group of possible receivers. Could he surpass Gibson and perhaps Hartline as Tannehill's second-favorite wideout? Sure, I guess. But we are a long, long, long way from that being realistic. Binns' fantasy value -- whatever much of it actually exists -- is on hold until he can move up the depth chart in August. Until then, he is just the Dolphins' No. 4 wide receiver.