" Since the offseason program ended, Williams has been taking steps to improve. Fitzpatrick set him up with former Pro Bowl receiver Brandon Marshall, and Williams and Marshall (the former Dolphin and six-time Pro Bowler) have worked together in the past month, both on conditioning and on-field football work. Williams has been working out at a training facility in South Florida, determined to capitalize on this opportunity. “Really, I didn’t have any expectations coming in; I just came in ready to work,” he said last month. “I’m really proud of myself. Coach is always pushing me to go past my limits. … I’m growing. I’m evolving.” There have been plenty of Dolphins receivers who flashed in the offseason program and ended up footnotes — from J.R. Tolver to Roberto Wallace to Drew Morgan (the former Arkansas receiver who recently retired). For Williams to avoid that fate, “we have to find a consistency there,” Fitzpatrick said, noting he mixed “great plays and boneheaded plays. He’s definitely a guy that, as a quarterback, you take notice at some of the plays. He certainly has enough talent to do it.” Rosen said he’s “a really talented guy with great hands, and I’m really looking forward to developing with him.” Williams, at this point, is competing with Brice Butler, Isaiah Ford, Stanford rookie Trenton Irwin and long-shot Reece Horn for a fifth and potential sixth receiver jobs. “Undrafted, drafted, first round. It doesn’t matter,” Williams said. “Everybody’s equal.”"