However, the team could still draft a receiver, and if it's a slot guy, Bess could be on the way out, according to the Miami Herald.
Bess has been very productive for Miami over his five-year career, hauling in at least 51 catches and 537 yards in those years. Last season, Bess had 61 receptions for 778 yards, his second-best season.
If Miami dealt Bess, it could probably get back something in the neighborhood of a mid-round pick. While Bess is a productive player, he's not a game-breaker.
It would be surprising if the Dolphins parted ways with Bess considering he provides an excellent security blanket for second-year quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Bess is more important than ever with the loss of tight end Anthony Fasano to the Kansas City Chiefs via free agency this offseason.