If the early word out of South Beach is any indication, that one year with Kelly has had the biggest influence on Lazor's offensive philosophy.
Although Kelly runs primarily a spread offense, Lazor is also implementing some aspects of Holmgren's system.
"There are some West Coast offense concepts," the player added. "Some shotgun, some under center. They've discussed having both no-huddle and huddle. It's fast tempo."
The role of the fullback will give way to more two-tight-end sets and an occasional H-back, a position which first gained notice under Gibbs in the 1980s.
Wallace is excited about Lazor's "big play offense." He should be after seeing DeSean Jackson, a similarly gifted deep threat, turn in a career year under Kelly and Lazor last season.