Paul Warfield, Nat Moore, Mark Duper, Mark Clayton, and OJ McDuffie. All former Dolphins receivers who had solid careers in the NFL.
Yatil Green, Ted Ginn, Jr., and Randall Hill - thre receivers the Dolphins would just as soon forget they ever were associated with the franchise.
The Dolphins may still be in the market for a pass catcher in four weeks as the 2014 NFL Draft looms large. But the fact this team has already shopped Mike Wallace without any takers and brought in much maligned Nate Burleson for a visit shows this is a team that still wants to add to its above average corps of pass catchers.
Miami figures to find help on the offensive line in the first round (Zach Martin, Notre Dame) or from the linebacker slot (CJ Mosely, Alabama). The receiver slot may be something Dennis Hickey looks to fill in the middle rounds. No need to panic - there are plenty of talented players this team can reach out to.
With the 19th pick in the Draft, finishing in the middle of the pack at 8-8 last season puts this team in a bind for getting not only quality, but the player they may really covet.
Here are four receivers the Dolphins should keep on its radar.
Allen Robinson - Penn State
Certainly has the talent and has great size (6'3"). The fact the draft is loaded makes Robinson a player who may be forgotten in the second round. Could be a steal in the second round.
Jarvis Landry - LSU
The other cohort in he Tigers' passing game. While Odell Beckham Jr, gets all the accolades, Landry (6-foot) goes about his business. Beckham will be scooped up in the first round. Landry will have to wait.
Jordan Matthews - Vanderbilt
I love the way he moves without the ball. Very fluid and can catch the ball in traffic. The Commodores have never been known as an offensive juggernaut, but he still managed to make All SEC.
Devin Street - Pittsburgh
He will get selected in the fourth or fifth round and surprise everyone. Street is a fluid pass catcher who will fit in as a third or fourth option in an offense and help on special teams.