Just days after trading Pro-Bowl receiver Jarvis Landry to the Cleveland Browns for draft picks [VIDEO], the Miami Dolphins want to quickly fill that void, intending to sign former Chiefs receiver Albert Wilson. According to ESPN Staff Writer Adam Teicher, NFL Network was the first to report. The deal is set to be at three years and $24 million. The Dolphins recently cleared up cap space by releasing defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and linebacker Lawrence Timmons. Wilson joined the Chiefs in 2014 as an undrafted free agent out of Georgia State, starting in 26 games in four seasons with Kansas City. With the signing, Albert is expected to be the number three receiver on the depth chart, right behind Kenny Stills and Devante Parker.

A Florida native, Wilson looks to come back to his home state and immediately make an impact. At Georgia State, he was 2012 All-Conference in the Colonial Athletic Association (First team kick returner / Third Team receiver), 2012 CAA Special Teams Co-Player of the Year, 2013 All-Conference in the Sun Belt (First Team receiver / Second Team AP), and 2013 All-American Honorable Mention (SI.com).

Wilson to fill big shoes in Landry

Last Season, Albert Wilson had his best season to date, catching 42 passes for 554 yards with three touchdown receptions. Through 55 career games, Wilson has caught 125 passes, receiving for 1,544 yards and seven touchdowns. He even has a rushing touchdown for 55 yards in a 29-28 winning effort over the Falcons back in 2016. Landry in that span has exactly 400 catches, only Antonio Brown (472) and Julio Jones (411) have more receptions, going for 4,038 yards and 22 touchdowns.

Jarvis also caught a season-high of nine touchdowns and 112 receptions. In the last three seasons, Landry has finished in the top 10 in receiving, finishing first last season.

Backup QB spot

With the 2018 NFL Draft [VIDEO] just weeks away, questions loom on who will be under center to begin the 2018 season. "Ryan is going to be our starting quarterback. And I don't see that changing anytime soon," Coach Adam Gase said in an interview with NFL.com writer Jeremy Bergman. With the departure of Jarvis Landry and the addition of Albert Wilson, Ryan Tannehill will now be tasked with learning and adjusting to new receivers come training camp. With the 11th pick, the Dolphins could either trade up to get either Baker Mayfield, Josh Rosen, Sam Darnold, or Josh Allen or hope not to give anything up and one of them potentially slide down. Louisville's Lamar Jackson would be another viable draft pick.