Dolphins tight end Charles Clay had a breakout season last year with a career-best 69 receptions for a career-best 759 yards and a career-best six touchdowns. And people noticed.

Now, one of Clay's biggest challenges for the coming season will be getting used to the attention he'll command on and off the field.

Clay's education will continue in this week's three-day OTA (Organized Team Activities), which begins Monday.

"It'll be tough," Clay said of dealing with being a focal point of sorts.

"I've got just come out and keep working, trying to get better every day, just keep improving. But it won't be easy, obviously. People know now."

Clay, who tied for 10th in receiving yards among NFL tight ends last season, was so impressive his NFL brethren voted him No. 89 on the NFL Network's Top 100 Players of 2014. That was better than every other Dolphins player except defensive end Cam Wake, the three-time Pro Bowl selection who was voted No. 66.