Without Johnson, Dolphins' WR corps even thinner

Other receivers nursing camp injuries. Terry McCormick

Print This August 13, 2012, 08:58 AM EST

The Miami Dolphins quickly cut ties with Chad Johnson following his arrest Saturday on a domestic assault charge.

And while that might have relieved the club of one headache, the issue of who plays receiver for the Dolphins is a question that probably isn't going away anytime soon. On Sunday, according to the Miami Herald, Davone Bess, Roberto Wallace and Legedu Naanee worked with the first team offense.

“We’re waiting for some guys to maybe take a hold of that position and really solidify their spot on the ballclub,” Philbin said Sunday.

In other words, Paul Warfield isn't coming through that door.

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