BY NICK ST. DENIS
Not much has changed.
According to Armando Salguero of The Miami Herald, Egnew was taking reps with the third- and fourth-team offenses over the weekend as the Dolphins began training camp. Salguero reported returner Charles Clay and rookie Dion Sims worked behind veteran Dustin Keller.
"So much for him having a great offseason," Salguero wrote.
Earlier this year, a teammate of Egnew called the young tight end a "p---y" and "not a football player," with another saying "he should have been cut" during his uneventful rookie season.
After that, Egnew began martial arts training three days a week. "I expect to play this year," Egnew said at the time. "I’ve gotten stronger. I’m absolutely ready.”
Keller is the Dolphins undisputed pass-catching starter with Sims the favorite to assume blocking duties.