The Dolphins' best quarterback/wide receiver combination in Friday's practice was Pat Devlin to Rantavious Wooten. The most productive tight end might have been Kyle Miller. And the best offensive tackle was probably Jason Fox.

Those aren't the names you're used to hearing from a Dolphins practice. But these were the guys who took advantage of their opportunities.

Coach Joe Philbin gave a number of veteran players a light day of work Friday — wide receivers Brian Hartline and Brandon Gibson, left tackle Branden Albert, guard Daryn Colledge, tight end Charles Clay, cornerback Brent Grimes, and free safety Louis Delmas among them.

That opened the door for a few backups vying for starting jobs, and a few guys fighting for roster spots.