But there certainly were a couple of things that caught the eye as far as the backups and certain positions are concerned.
So without further ado, here's a quick analysis.
RUNNING BACKS — The interesting thing here is that both Travis Minor and Leonard Henry were listed as second team behind Ricky Williams. That means that Robert Edwards appears to have fallen behind Henry, who has been a star in camp so far. Charlie Rogers is listed third team along with Edwards, but that doesn't mean much in his case because he will make the team as a kick returner (if he does make it).
FULLBACKS — Rob Konrad is firmly entrenched as the starter, but it was interesting to see Obafemi Ayanbadejo listed as second team, ahead of both Deon Dyer and Sedrick Irvin. Ayanbadejo is more well rounded than Dyer and probably will make the team ahead of him.
WIDE RECEIVERS — Interesting things on both sides. On the one side, you've got Derrius Thompson starting, but with Oronde Gadsden and Robert Baker listed as second team ahead of rookie J.R. Tolver, Margin Hooks and Ronald Bellamy. Could this mean Baker has the edge over Tolver? Hmm. On the other side, the thing that caught our eye is Arena League star Chris Jackson joining James McKnight on the second team behind Chris Chambers, but ahead of camp sensation Sam Simmons. We haven't heard a lot of Chris Jackson in camp so far, but the depth chart tells you the Dolphins like what they see.
TIGHT ENDS — Nothing shocking here, with Marco Battaglia and rookie Donald Lee both listed as second team behind Randy McMichael. The Dolphins have made no secret of the fact they like Lee, while Ed Perry's roster spot is secure even though he's the fourth tight end because of his snapping ability.
RIGHT GUARDS — Here's where it gets very interesting. The starter is still listed as Todd Perry, but his top backup on the depth chart is Greg Jerman, who had been projected all along to be the top backup at tackle. Jerman has had problems in camp with speed rushers and the Dolphins apparently have decided he doesn't have the feet to be a full-time tackle.
Note: Tomorrow we'll examine the defensive depth chart.