The Dolphins were viewed as a leading team for free agent Greg Jennings in the 2013 offseason, but Miami moved quickly and signed Mike Wallace instead. Jennings signed with the Vikings. The two may be switching places in 2015.
The Miami Herald‘s Armando Salguero reports the Dolphins have set up a “tentative” meeting with Jennings for later this week in Arizona at the Owners’ Meetings. Jennings is already in Arizona for “other reasons,” so the two sides figured they may as well speak with each other while in the area.
Miami has been eyeing receiver help after releasing veterans Brandon Gibson and Brian Hartline, in addition to trading Wallace to Minnesota. The Dolphins have added Kenny Stills to Jarvis Landry, but aren’t done at the receiver position. Free agent Michael Crabtree was in for a visit last week.
Prior to heading down to Arizona, Jennings met with the Panthers in Charlotte over the weekend. He’s coming off a season in which he caught 59 passes for 742 yards and six touchdowns and will turn 32 in September. Jennings is no longer a vertical threat. He’d be a reliable pair of hands similar to what Landry is for Ryan Tannehill.