Arian Foster - RBPosted 7/19/16 4:11pm ET
Miami Dolphins RB Arian Foster officially signed with the team Monday, July 18, and said that he is fully healthy after suffering a ruptured Achilles' tendon last season. He said he still feels like a Pro Bowl-caliber player and intends to show that. 'I don't have any expectations. Just coming here to compete and help the squad out however I can,' Foster said.
Huddle Up: Sliding into the No. 2 spot behind second-year Jay Ajayi, Foster immediately upgrades the Miami RB situation, and he could move to the top of the chart if he shows he's fully healthy and back near his form of 2-3 years ago. That's a big if, though, as Foster officially will be on the wrong side of 30 come the regular season.
Jay Ajayi - RBPosted 7/19/16 4:11pm ET
Miami Dolphins RB Jay Ajayi is expected to enter training camp as the starting running back, in the opinion of The Palm Beach Post's Andrew Abramson.
Huddle Up: Ajayi, who totalled 277 yards on 56 touches in nine games as a rookie last season, will need to immediately needs to show improvement and establish himself as the No. 1 back in training camp, otherwise the door will be open for Foster to make a move as he gets healthier.
DeVante Parker - WRPosted 7/7/16 7:41pm ET
Miami Dolphins WR DeVante Parker (foot) is at full health and will likely be pushed harder in training camp than he was during offseason activities.
Huddle Up: This will be a big sophomore season upcoming for Parker, the 2015 first-round pick who posted a 26-494-3 stat line as a rookie. You might be tempted to overreach in drafts given Parker's upside, but look for him in WR4 territory.
Leonte Carroo - WRPosted 7/5/16 12:54pm ET
Miami Dolphins WR Leonte Carroo probably will receive playing time in 2016 as long as he continues to impress during training camp.
Huddle Up: With PPR-stud Jarvis Landry and second-year wideout DeVante Parker drawing much of the fantasy attention in South Beach, don't forget about the third-round pick who's been looking as if he's on track to make a seamless jump to the NFL.
Leonte Carroo - WRPosted 6/23/16 1:13pm ET
Miami Dolphins WR Leonte Carroo made a favorable impressive on the coaching staff during the team's offseason program. He said Wednesday, June 22, that his first priority is losing weight. 'I'm 217 now, trying to get down to 210,' Carroo said. 'You become faster when you shed some pounds. I don't have any bad weight on me. That's what I was at the combine. Why not be as fast and explosive as I can be?'
Huddle Up: The third-round pick has received a fair amount of sleeper hype, but to have any significant 2016 fantasy relevance, he'll likely have to beat out 2015 first-round pick DeVante Parker for a starting position.
Ryan Tannehill - QBPosted 6/19/16 2:21pm ET
Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill had had some issues with ball placement and wasn't on the same page as his receivers at times during OTAs, head coach Adam Gase said.
Huddle Up: Tannehill completed 66.4 percent of his passes in 2014 when his yards per attempt was 6.9, but it dipped to 61.9 last season when he had a career-best 72 yards per attempt average. The bottom line is that Tannehill needs to improve his accuracy, particularly on longer-range throws, and that's what Gase and Co. have striving toward this offseason.
Kenyan Drake - RBPosted 6/17/16 2:16pm ET
Miami Dolphins RB Kenyan Drake (hamstring) will still be ready for training camp after being injured in practice earlier this week.
Huddle Up: The third-round pick will need to be ready to go if he's to challenge veteran Damien Williams for the No. 2 gig behind Jay Ajayi.
DeVante Parker - WRPosted 6/14/16 8:07pm ET
Miami Dolphins WR DeVante Parker (foot) will return to practice Wednesday, June 15, according to head coach Adam Gase.
Huddle Up: Good news for the 2015 first-round pick, who many are expecting to take a big leap in his sophomore season -- provided, of course, he has better health fortune.
Jay Ajayi - RBPosted 6/8/16 11:09am ET
Miami Dolphins RB Kenyan Drake has impressive during spring drills. Offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen said Drake 'has been excellent,' and Drake said he is more prepared for the NFL after learning different formations and other intricacies from Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin. Drake remains the frontrunner to serve as the backup to RB Jay Ajayi.
Huddle Up: It's tough to project Drake for anything more than a complementary role, as he barely touched the ball 100 times a season at Alabama. But his speed will get him on the field, and it's not like Ajayi has the bulk of the feature back touches locked down.
Jarvis Landry - WRPosted 6/5/16 1:56pm ET
Miami Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry will continue to be the team's kick returner if he is the best option for the job, according to special teams coordinator Darren Rizzi.
Huddle Up: Some are worried about Landry getting overwokred, but it certainly doesn't seem to have been an issue so far with the wideout compiling the fourth-most receptions (194) over the last two seasons while also returning 61 punts and 47 kickoffs.
Jordan Cameron - TEPosted 6/5/16 2:11pm ET
Miami Dolphins TE Jordan Cameron said he is excited to play for head coach Adam Gase because he has had success with tight ends in the past.
Huddle Up: Following consecutive disappointing seasons -- totalling 59 receptions, 810 yards and five TDs -- this is key season for Cameron and he's worth a fantasy flyer if you're looking to take a late-round gamble on a tight end with abundant upside.
Jarvis Landry - WRPosted 5/31/16 1:37pm ET
Miami Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry averaged just 10.5 yards per catch last year, which was ranked 105th in the league out of qualifying receivers. Only 10 of his 110 catches (9 percent) went for 20 yards or more in 2015. New head coach Adam Gase will try to put Landry in a position to make more big plays this year. Landry also had just four receiving touchdowns last year despite being targeted 165 times in the red zone, which was sixth most in the league. Miami plans to keep Landry fresh by reducing his role on special teams as well. He returned 49 kickoffs and punts in 2015.
Huddle Up: Landry has been a PPR beast with 194 catches over the last two seasons, and it sounds like the Dolphins are eyeing changes which would boost his standard-scoring stock as well. See what develops ...
Kenny Stills - WRPosted 5/29/16 9:15pm ET
Miami Dolphins WR Kenny Stills caught only 48.2 percent of the passes thrown to him by QB Ryan Tannehill in 2015 but many of his targets were deep passes. Head coach Adam Gase has been impressed with Stills during offseason workouts.
Huddle Up: Stills finished with only 27 catches (among 63 targets) for 440 yards and three TDs, and will definitely need to keep impressing this offseason given the stiffer WR competition he faces in second-year WR DeVante Parker and rookie third-round pick Leonte Carroo.
Ryan Tannehill - QBPosted 5/27/16 2:40pm ET
Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill said the Dolphins will mix things up in new head coach Adam Gase's offense. Tannehill said there's more variability and versatility under Gase than there was with former offensive coordinator Bill Lazor. Tannehill will also be adjusting more on the fly, whether that's with routes, protection or even just the play in general.
Huddle Up: Tannehill threw for a career-most 4,204 yards last season to finish 15th among fantasy QBs, but don't be surprised if he makes a run at QB1 status under quarterback whisperer Adam Gase.
Cameron Wake - DEPosted 5/22/16 2:02pm ET
Miami Dolphins DE Cameron Wake (Achilles') has exceeded expectations in terms of where doctors thought he would be at in his recovery, executive vice president of football operations Mike Tannenbaum said recently.
Huddle Up: The Fins are counting on the 34-year-old Wake more than ever, letting Olivier Vernon walk and signing Wake to a two-year extension. IDP league owners should follow suit and don't let Wake slip too far in drafts despite the red flags.
Jay Ajayi - RBPosted 5/20/16 6:14pm ET
Miami Dolphins RB Jay Ajayi has been performing well during workouts this offseason and has separated himself from the other running backs on the roster, according head coach Adam Gase. 'He's been one of those guys he's been here every day. He's done everything right. You can tell he's looking to improve. He doesn't say much, just keeps working,' Gase said. 'The rest of that group has done a good job to try and keep up with him, but obviously he's kind of separated himself from that group as far as the consistency of what he does day in and day out.'
Huddle Up: After getting only 49 carries as a rookie last season, the 2015 fifth-round pick is looking like the Dolphins' projected lead back at the moment, but that doesn't mean he should be slotted as a starter outside of the flex position in standard-size leagues.
Kenyan Drake - RBPosted 5/13/16 9:50am ET
Miami Dolphins RB Kenyan Drake will be used in as many ways as possible as a rookie. 'You look at his career, he's done a little bit of everything,' special teams coordinator Darren Rizzi said. 'He's caught passes. He's run the ball well. He's had high yards per carry. He's caught the ball out of the backfield. He's covered kicks.'
Huddle Up: The Dolphins made Drake a third-round pick because of his speed, but as he's never had more than 107 touches from scrimmage in a season it remains to be seen if he can be more than a gadget in the Miami offense.
Ryan Tannehill - QBPosted 5/9/16 11:20am ET
Miami Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill has received instruction from retired QB Peyton Manning this spring. 'It was really cool just to be able to sit and pick his brain about things he's done in this offense and football things in general: snap counts, things you like, the way you want guys to run routes, little details about the game,' Tannehill said. 'We really just got to talk the game, which is something we both love.'
Huddle Up: Given that Tannehill was a wide receiver for much of his college career, the opportunity to pick the brain of a quarterback like Manning is a great one. Even better, Tannehill will be playing for Adam Gase, who worked with Manning in Denver. Maybe this year--and this coaching staff--will finally be the charm for Tannehill.
Cameron Wake - DEPosted 5/8/16 1:32pm ET
Miami Dolphins DE Cameron Wake has signed a two-year, $15 million extension with $10 million guaranteed, according to a reports.
Huddle Up: Wake just turned 34 in January but has notched the league's third-most sacks (64.5) since the 2010 season. The big question, though, is how Wake will bounce back from the torn Achilles that sidelined him for more than half of the 2015 season, but indications are that he'll be ready to go come the season opener.
Jay Ajayi - RBPosted 5/5/16 3:37pm ET
Miami Dolphins RB Jay Ajayi is expected to see 15 touches per game with the backup receiving 10 touches, in the opinion of Sun-Sentinel's Omar Kelly.
Huddle Up: The Dolphins drafted Kenyan Drake in the third round, but Ajayi is the back atop the depth chart for now. There's still the possibility, though, that Miami could still pick up a veteran RB later this offseason.
Jordan Cameron - TEPosted 4/22/16 10:58pm ET
Miami Dolphins TE Jordan Cameron struggled in 2015 because the previous coaching staff did not use him to his strengths, according to a team official. The official believes things will change under the new coaching staff.
Huddle Up: Cameron was targeted only 70 times in 16 games and caught only 35 for 386 yards and a trio of TDs to finish a deeply disappointing 29th among fantasy TEs. If he can reamin healthy, the numbers will improve but a TE2 season might be the ceiling.
DeVante Parker - WRPosted 4/14/16 9:45am ET
Miami Dolphins WR DeVante Parker (foot) tore scar tissue in his foot in October, missing practice time and two games. The injury set him back in his rookie season.
Huddle Up: This explains why Parker was slow coming back last season, so in a way it's positive because he should be fully healthy heading into his sophomore campaign and he flashed plenty of ability later in his rookie season once he was back up to speed.
Jay Ajayi - RBPosted 3/29/16 1:56pm ET
Miami Dolphins RB Jay Ajayi had a fan in former interim head coach Dan Campbell, as he wanted to use the rookie more down the stretch last season, according to multiple sources. Campbell felt Ajayi was the better back between he and former RB Lamar Miller (Texans).
Huddle Up: After recovering from a cracked rib in the preseason, the 2015 fifth-round pick finished with 187 yards and a TD on 49 rushes and will have to be ready to show he's ready for an expanded workload regardless of whoever the Dolphins sign or draft to help share in the RB touches.
Kenny Stills - WRPosted 3/24/16 10:21am ET
Miami Dolphins WR Kenny Stills is expected to be more involved in head coach Adam Gase's offense after he was fifth on the team with 27 receptions in 2015.
Huddle Up: The passing game should improve under Gase, and Stills should play a bigger role with the departure of Rishard Matthews. That combo alone should move Stills up to fourth or third; however, leapfrogging Jarvis Landry and/or DaVante Parker seems overly optimistic.
Griff Whalen - WRPosted 3/18/16 11:45pm ET
Free-agent WR Griff Whalen (Colts) signed with the Miami Dolphins Friday, March 18. Terms of the contract were not disclosed.
Huddle Up: Whalen only had 45 receptions in four seasons in Indy, so he'll likely be fighting for a spot deep down the WR depth chart at best, but he does have ample punt- and kick-return experience and could help out in that department as well.
Matt Moore - QBPosted 3/15/16 11:51pm ET
Miami Dolphins QB Matt Moore re-signed with the team on Tuesday, March 15, reportedly landing a two-year deal worth $3.5 million, according to NFL.com.
Huddle Up: Moore will be back for at least a sixth season in Miami as he continues to back up Ryan Tannehill. Moore started 12 games for the Dolphins in 2011 but only has attempted 30 passes in a reserve role over the last four seasons.
Lamar Miller - RBPosted 3/11/16 12:27am ET
Houston Texans RB Lamar Miller said he chose to sign with the Texans in part because he knows how much running backs are involved in the offense.
Huddle Up: That's welcome news to Miller's fantasy owners as the running back averaged only 10.5 carries per game during his four years in Miami.
Rishard Matthews - WRPosted 3/10/16 8:52am ET
Free-agent WR Rishard Matthews (Dolphins) agreed to terms with the Tennessee Titans on a three-year deal Wednesday, March 9.
Huddle Up: Matthews showed well when given opportunities in Miami, but he was stuck behind Jarvis Landry, DeVante Parker and Kenny Stills in the receiver rotation. He has an open path to WR2 in Tennessee, though the Titans will likely be a run-first offense and he'll have to contend with Dorial Green-Beckham and Delanie Walker for targets.
Lamar Miller - RBPosted 3/9/16 8:56am ET
Free-agent RB Lamar Miller (Dolphins) is a player the Houston Texans have a strong interest in as a potential replacement for RB Arian Foster, who was cut last week, according to a league source. He might cost roughly $6.5 million per year as an unrestricted free agent.
Huddle Up: There's a large void to fill in Houston with Foster gone, even more so if the Texans have to develop a young quarterback as well. Miller has the skill set to be a capable replacement for Foster, and in that offense with Foster's old workload would be a fantasy stud as well.
Rishard Matthews - WRPosted 3/9/16 8:56am ET
The Tennessee Titans might be interested in free-agent WR Rishard Matthews (Dolphins).
Huddle Up: The Titans could use some receiver help behind Dorial Green-Beckham, and Matthews wants to go to a team where he's at least a WR2. Seems like a perfect fit.
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