MIAMI (AP) - If a 1-15 season can produce a hero, Greg Camarillo earned that title in 2007 for the Miami Dolphins.
The third-string receiver scored on a 64-yard reception in overtime in the 14th game of the year, allowing the Dolphins to avoid the NFL's first zero-and-16 season.
If the Dolphins are worse in 2008, they might get shut out in every game.
New boss Bill Parcells might throw up his hands in frustration and declare the situation hopeless.
It's more likely the Dolphins will show at least a little improvement this year. But that's not saying much, given that they had the worst record in franchise history in 2007.
A complete makeover was needed after Miami missed the playoffs for the sixth consecutive year, a franchise record. More than half the roster has turned over since last season, and it's likely to remain in flux for some time.
The Dolphins are unsettled at quarterback, at receiver and in the offensive line. The secondary has been a problem for years, and the front seven faces revamping following the offseason departures of Jason Taylor and Zach Thomas, the defense's anchors for the past