Number likely to be kept: 5 or 6
On the 2008 opening-day roster: Davone Bess, Greg Camarillo, Ted Ginn Jr., Derek Hagan, Brandon London, Ernest Wilford
The big training camp question: Can anybody, whether it be Greg Camarillo or Ted Ginn Jr., emerge as a bona fide No. 1 wide receiver?
Analysis: There was a lot of talk in the offseason about the Dolphins needing to go out and add a big name at this position, whether it be an Anquan Boldin or a Chad Johnson or maybe even a Plaxico Burress. But the team decided that what they had was sufficient, particularly after the additions of third-round pick Patrick Turner and fourth-round choice Brian Hartline. What the Dolphins have on the roster now is a large group of young players with potential, and the need for that big-play guy would be alleviated if Ginn can make a big jump in his third season. Because of the large number of player of similar ability, this figures to be one of the toughest positions for Tony Sparano and his staff to trim.
Who will make the team: Ginn, Camarillo, Bess, Turner, Hartline, Armstrong