Miami has Gibson listed ahead of Landry on their most recent depth chart, but Landry has shown that he can contribute as a kick returner.
Gibson, 27, still has two years remaining on his three-year, $9.755 million contract that included $3.75 million guaranteed. He’ll make a base salary of $2.7 million for the upcoming season as well as another $3.225 million in 2015.
The Dolphins aren’t hurting for cap space given that they currently have $11.947 million to work with, so it’s doubtful they would cut Gibson loose to create more room, but fielding offers from a receiver-needy team isn’t all that far fetched of an idea.
Last year, Gibson appeared in seven games and caught 30 passes for 326 yards receiving and three touchdowns.