Dolphins coach Joe Philbin suggested Lamar Miller remains ahead Knowshon Moreno for the starting running back job.
Lamar Miller started the Dolphins' third preseason game, rushing for 34 yards on seven carries and catching two passes for three yards.
Lamar Miller managed three yards on three carries in the Dolphins' second preseason game Saturday night.
Lamar Miller managed 11 yards on four carries in the Dolphins' preseason opener against the Falcons, adding two catches for eight yards.
Lamar Miller rushed six times for 36 yards and caught a nine-yard touchdown pass on a wheel route in the Dolphins' weekend scrimmage.
The Miami Herald suggests Lamar Miller could open the season as the Dolphins' first- and second-down back, with Knowshon Moreno playing on passing downs.
According to the Miami Herald, "there's a hope in Dolphins camp" that Lamar Miller "can play the role of LeSean 'Shady' McCoy" in new OC Bill Lazor's offense.
According to the Miami Herald, Lamar Miller "remains clearly ahead" of Knowshon Moreno for the Dolphins' starting running back job.
Lamar Miller has worked with the Dolphins' first-team offense for three weeks in a row.
Lamar Miller is "taking a lot of first-team snaps" as Knowshon Moreno works "at least partly" with twos at Dolphins OTAs.
Dolphins coach Joe Philbin threw some support behind Lamar Miller at the league meetings Tuesday, stating "He can do all three things you want a running back to do."
One Dolphins staffer told the Miami Herald that Lamar Miller didn't run with enough physicality in 2013.
Lamar Miller had 17 carries for 73 yards in Sunday's Week 17 loss to the Jets.
Speaking Monday, Dolphins OC Mike Sherman defended once again abandoning the run in Sunday's shutout loss to the Bills.