By Omar Kelly South Florida Sun Sentinelhttp://www.sun-sentinel.com/sports/miam ... ?track=rss
11:32 a.m. EDT, July 29, 2013
Q: Who are the Dolphins’ top three cornerbacks during training camp?
A: The top three cornerbacks are Brent Grimes (pictured), Richard Marshall and Dimitri Patterson, who comes onto the field when Marshall moves inside to nickel. Nolan Carroll and rookie Will Davis are on the outside looking in. ...
Q: What is the added value that Marcus Thigpen brings to the offense?
A: Thigpen, a standout last training camp, brings added value to the Dolphins offense because the tailback also works as a slot receiver. ...
Q: What’s the noticeable difference between Dannell Ellerbe and Phillip Wheeler compared to last year’s linebackers?
A: The noticeable difference between Ellerbe (pictured) and Wheeler is they are better blitzers than Karlos Dansby and Kevin Burnett. That skillset will allow the Dolphins to be more diverse with the pressure packages.
Q: How have the Dolphins been using the tight ends different this camp?
A: The Dolphins are moving the tight ends around fluidly before the snap, and at times they are all lining up in the backfield playing the fullback role.
Q: What backup linebacker has been making the most impact in camp so far?
A: Former CFL standout Lee Robinson ...