Dolphins coach Joe Philbin remains "encouraged" by the way Brandon Gibson has returned from last year's patellar tendon tear.
According to the Miami Herald, "some NFL people" continue to believe Brandon Gibson isn't a lock for the Dolphins' 53-man roster.
Dolphins coach Joe Philbin believes Brandon Gibson (patellar tendon) has been looking healthier in practice.
Brandon Gibson was the Dolphins' starting slot receiver in Friday night's preseason opener against Atlanta, catching two passes for 14 yards and a touchdown.
The Miami Herald's Adam Beasley said the Dolphins' top three receivers are Mike Wallace, Brian Hartline, and Brandon Gibson, and he does not "envision that changing."
Dolphins coach Joe Philbin has "no major (worries)" about Brandon Gibson's (patellar tendon) health, and believes he'll be able to go "full throttle" in the near future.
Ryan Tannehill says Brandon Gibson (patellar tendon) is "moving well, but still not 100 percent."
Brandon Gibson (knee) is participating in team drills at Dolphins minicamp.
Brandon Gibson (knee) is on the field and participating in Tuesday's OTAs, albeit in a limited manner.
The Dolphins can save $1.735 million against the salary cap by releasing Brandon Gibson.
Dolphins GM Dennis Hickey said he's been "pleased" with how Brandon Gibson (knee) has looked in the offseason conditioning program.
According to the Palm Beach Post, Brandon Gibson (knee) is expected to be ready for minicamp.
Brandon Gibson has begun "light jogging" as he rehabs from his Week 8 patellar tendon tear.
The Palm Beach Post believes the Dolphins could consider releasing Brandon Gibson.