ESPN Dolphins reporter James Walker expects Jarvis Landry to "do a lot of damage in the red zone" this season.
The Miami Herald refers to second-year WR Jarvis Landry as "clearly quarterback Ryan Tannehill's go-to receiver."
Jarvis Landry is expected to keep the Dolphins' primary punt and kickoff returner jobs.
Coach Joe Philbin confirmed Jarvis Landry's "home base is still inside" at slot receiver.
Jarvis Landry is considered the "front-runner" to keep the Dolphins' punt return job in 2015.
Jarvis Landry is working out at Pete Bommarito Performance Systems in Davie (FL) in an effort to improve his straight-line speed.
The Miami Herald expects Jarvis Landry to serve as Ryan Tannehill's "go-to guy, particularly in the early part of the season."
According to the Miami Herald, the Dolphins are "hoping to leave defenses scrambling and confused by moving receivers to different positions."
The Dolphins "aren’t opposed to the idea" of playing Jarvis Landry on the outside.
Jarvis Landry was operating as the Dolphins slot receiver at Tuesday's OTAs.
The Sun-Sentinel considers Jarvis Landry the Dolphin most likely to have a breakthrough season in 2015.
Jarvis Landry secured 5-of-9 targets for 55 yards in the Dolphins' Week 17 loss to the Jets.
Jarvis Landry managed 31 yards on eight receptions in the Dolphins' Week 16 win over the Vikings.
Jarvis Landry caught 8-of-11 targets for 99 yards in the Dolphins' Week 15 loss to the Patriots.