Here's a look at the projected depth chart for the Miami Dolphins.
After two days of training camp (with the third going on right now), it's hard to make any major changes to the depth chart. I shifted the wide receivers some, flipped Dion Sims and Michael Egnew at tight end, and swapped Jonas Gray and Mike Gillislee at running back. For now, that seems about right.
|Richard Marshall||Cameron Wake||Paul Soliai||Randy Starks||Olivier Vernon||Brent Grimes|
|Jamar Taylor||Derrick Shelby||Kheeston Randall||Jared Odrick||Dion Jordan||Nolan Carroll|
|Will Davis||Tristan Okpalaugo||A.J. Francis||Vaughn Martin||Emeka Onyenekwu||Dimitri Patterson|
|R.J. Stanford||Tracy Robertson||Chris Burnette||De'Andre Presley|
|Philip Wheeler||Dannell Ellerbe||Koa Misi|
|Jason Trusnik||Austin Spitler||Josh Kaddu|
|Jelani Jenkins||Jonathan Freeny||Alonozo Highsmith|
|Defense:||42||David Hinds||Lee Robinson||Michael Clay|
|Chris Clemons||Reshad Jones|
|Jimmy Wilson||Kelcie McCray|
|Jordan Kovacs||Don Jones|
Just like on the offensive side of the ball, the defense does not see a lot of change from our June update. Jared Odrick is moved inside to defensive tackle, and a little adjustment on the cornerbacks, but otherwise, nothing much different.
|Brandon Fields||Caleb Sturgis|
No changes here. Still projecting Caleb Sturgis to end up ahead of Dan Carpenter.
So, what do you think? Where am I way off? Let us know in the comments below.