The Miami Dolphins report to training camp in Davie, Fla., on Thursday and there are plenty of storylines to follow – notably whether or not the team will acquire a quarterback to compete with incumbent starter Chad Henne.
Meanwhile, whoever throws the football will be looking to mercurial WR Brandon Marshall, entering his second season with the Dolphins.
NFL Network’s Scott Hanson is at Dolphins headquarters Wednesday, and he ran into Marshall as the sixth-year receiver entered the facility. It had been reported that Marshall was so excited after the lockout was lifted Monday that he arrived 90 minutes early to the facility on Tuesday morning – and waited in his car until 10 a.m. when the doors opened.
“He told me with a smile that story was slightly exaggerated,” Hanson reports. “But he is fired up and ready to go.”
Hanson will have more reports from Dolphins headquarters throughout the day on NFL Network.