Dolphins worked out a trio of WRs on Tuesday

While the Miami Dolphins are about to begin their week off, that doesn’t mean the front office and coaching staff are slowing down their work.

On Tuesday, the team welcomed in three free agent wide receivers for workouts – Jacob Copeland, Racey McMath and Anthony Schwartz.

Schwartz, 23, was a third-selection of the Cleveland Browns back in 2021 following a collegiate career at Auburn and a high school career at the local American Heritage School. In 25 career games, he’s recorded 14 receptions for 186 yards and a touchdown as well as 96 rushing yards and a score on the ground. He’s also contributed as a kick returner, averaging 21.5 yards per return on 15 attempts.

McMath, 24, was a sixth-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2021 out of LSU. He spent two years with the Titans before spending time on the Indianapolis Colts practice squad this year. In 14 career games, he’s recorded four receptions for 48 yards.

Copeland, 24, went undrafted in this year’s draft after splitting time between Florida and Maryland in college. He’s spent time with the Titans, Pittsburgh Steelers and Minnesota Vikings since then, but he’s yet to see the field in a regular-season game.

While Miami didn’t sign any of the three immediately following the workout, they are names to keep an eye on in the future because they could be signed if there’s an injury at the position.

Story originally appeared on Dolphins Wire