The Dolphins are comfortable with their current WR corps heading into the 2020 campaign, according to the Miami Herald's Barry Jackson. DeVante Parker and Preston Williams were both big surprises this past year. Parker broke out for a 72-1,202-9 line and signed a big 4-year extension in December. Williams was pacing toward an 856-yard, 6-TD rookie season before tearing his ACL in November. He's tentatively expected to be ready for Week 1. Parker and Williams figure to open 2020 as Miami's top 2 WRs, with Allen Hurns, Albert Wilson, Jakeem Grant and Isaiah Ford providing depth.
The Dolphins spent a 7th-round pick on Virginia Tech WR Isaiah Ford. In just 3 college seasons, Ford racked up school career records in receptions, receiving yards and TD catches. He also led the team in all 3 categories every season. The draft position is disappointing for a guy who left school a year early, and Ford ran his Combine 40 in just 4.61 seconds -- 18th percentile at the position. That stands out further when you bring unspectacular size (6'1, 194). Throw in a loaded Miami WR corps that just brought back Kenny Stills in free agency, and there's not much room for Ford's fantasy profile to blossom.