According to Landry, the three star receivers got together about twice a week for workouts. The quarterback during those sessions was South Florida native Geno Smith, who is having a shaky career with the New York Jets -- but this offseason he got to throw to receivers who combined for 342 catches, 4,441 yards and 27 touchdowns in 2015.
"A lot of it feels like it's made up by AB [Brown], but it's some good stuff in there," Landry said. "A lot of footwork drills. We get some one-on-one in there against corners like Xavier Rhodes and guys like that. It's really just getting a feel for playing outside receiver. Being a shorter guy, I kind of look to AB for that motivation."
The 5-foot-11 Landry -- who is one inch taller than Brown -- said there are about eight or nine NFL players involved in these South Florida workouts, depending on the week, and he plans to do more of it this summer.
Here are other notes on Miami:
Thursday marked the official end of organized team activities for the Dolphins. The team finished about 30 minutes early. The next step begins Tuesday with mandatory minicamp.
There were two stars of the final OTA session. Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh was disruptive. He beat rookie offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil for a sack and caused two negative running plays in team drills. Rookie cornerback Xavien Howard also had a good day in coverage and had an interception off fellow rookie Brandon Doughty.