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  Dolphins | Raheem Mostert to headline backfield?    Fri Jul 12, 01:01 AM

Miami Dolphins RB Raheem Mostert 'pretty much' leads the running back group, according to head coach Mike McDaniel.

Footballguys view: Mostert is the lead back in what could be a dangerous RBBC. He's the starter for the Dolphins, and Fantasy GMs can count on Mostert as a low-end RB2 with upside. He went over 1,000 yards rushing and scored 18 touchdowns last year, but this season it's best to project him for around 900 yards rushing with 8-10 touchdowns. We'll see the Dolphins utilize De'Von Achane more this season, and that's why he's being drafted ahead of Mostert (current ADP of RB8 compared to RB28).

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  Dolphins | Jaylen Wright a perfect fit?    Fri Jul 12, 01:01 AM

Miami Dolphins RB Jaylen Wright said he is 'tailor-made' for head coach Mike McDaniel's offense. 'Just the way that they like to create space for the running backs, space for everybody,' Wright said. 'That just makes it better for the running backs. Just the system and everything we do, I feel like it's perfect for me.'

Footballguys view: On Thursday's episode of "The Audible" Wright was deemed one of the favorite deep sleepers for Fantasy GMs this year. Wright is a perfect fit for the Dolphins because he's fast and dangerous in the open field. He's currently third on the depth chart behind Raheem Mostert and De'Von Achane. That means the speedy rookie will have to wait for a larger opportunity. If he gets it; everyone is going to want him on their roster.

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  Dolphins | Tua Tagovailoa benefited big from run fakes in 2023    Fri Jul 5, 10:25 AM

Miami Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa attempted 105 passes off run-pass offense (RPO) action for 1,069 yards last season, according to Pro Football Reference. Both marks were easily league highs. Tagovailoa also ranks second in the league in both play-action pass attempts (126) and play-action passing yards (1,145).

Footballguys view: The Mike McDaniel offense is built off the Mike Shanahan system - and that means play-action passing early and often. The Dolphins will continue to implement this strategy to get the most out of Tagovailoa and their offense. The system and the weapons around him make Tagovailoa a low-end QB1 with upside for Fantasy GMs out there.

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  Dolphins | Tyreek Hill Confirms His Desire For A New Contract    Tue Jul 2, 05:00 PM

This offseason, Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson signed a $140 million extension that averages a league-high $35 million annually and includes $88.743 million guaranteed. Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown is averaging $32 million annually, followed by the Detroit Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown's $30.02 million, Hill at $30 million and Jaylen Waddle's new deal with $28.25 million are the top five highest paid wide receivers in the league. "I'm very excited to like just be a part of the old wave, which was $30 million, and Justin Jefferson came and surpassed that, man," Hill said. "So, very proud of those guys, happy for obviously my teammate Waddle getting his new deal. For guys like me, that's great. I'm 30 years old, also looking for a new deal. So, very, very excited to see where I fit into that category. It's amazing."

Footballguys view: Two years ago, after being traded from the Chiefs, Hill signed a four-year, $120 million contract extension with Miami that made him the highest-paid wide receiver in the NFL with a $30 million annual average. Hill would love to reset the market again. Age aside, he has a strong argument coming off a season in which he led the NFL in receiving yards (1,799) and receiving touchdowns (13) while having 119 catches. Over his two seasons as a Dolphin, Hill leads the NFL in receiving yards (3,509), is second in receptions (238) and third in receiving touchdowns (20). It's a situation worth watching, but with Tua Tagovailoa also needing an extension, it's fair to wonder if Hill will be a priority here.

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  Dolphins | Connor Williams unlikely to return to Miami    Tue Jun 25, 03:35 PM

Free-agent OL Connor Williams (Dolphins) is reportedly generating a fair amount of interest in the open market, but his agent recently told WSVN's Josh Moser that a return to Miami does not appear all that likely.

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  Dolphins | Calais Campbell financials    Sat Jun 22, 09:16 AM

Updating a previous report, free-agent DL Calais Campbell (Falcons) signed a one-year contract worth $2 million - including a $790,000 signing bonus - with the Miami Dolphins on Tuesday, June 18.

Footballguys view: Campbell cost the Falcons seven million last season, so this is a bargain for the Dolphins. Campbell showed no sign of dropoff last season and should be a valuable, versatile piece for a Miami defense that underwent some retooling this offseason. Either Campbell gave the Dolphins a big discount so he could return to the place he played his college ball, or there was surprisingly little interest in the NFL's all-time #32 sack artist.

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  Dolphins | Marcus Maye contact numbers    Wed Jun 19, 09:38 AM

Updating a previous report, free-agent S Marcus Maye (Saints) signed a one-year contract worth $1.3775 million - including a $167,600 signing bonus - with the Los Angeles Chargers on Tuesday, June 18.

Footballguys view: Maye will provide much needed veteran depth behind Jevon Holland and Jordan Poyer. He'll compete with Elijah Campbell for snaps as the third safety. Nik Needham is also being cross-trained at safety and could figure into the position battle for the #3 safety job. Campbell could still make the team because of his special teams contributions and ability to play cornerback.

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  Dolphins | Calais Campbell will move up and down the line    Tue Jun 18, 10:18 PM

Miami Dolphins DL Calais Campbell told reporters on Monday, June 17, that he will be 'very surprised if I don't play literally every position on the d-line at some point in time (in 2024).'

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  Dolphins | Miami makes it official with Calais Campbell    Tue Jun 18, 03:57 PM

Updating a previous report, free-agent DL Calais Campbell (Falcons) signed an undisclosed contract with the Miami Dolphins on Tuesday, June 18. WR Mathew Sexton was waived to make room for him on the roster.

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  Dolphins | Miami, Tua Tagovailoa not far apart    Mon Jun 17, 05:18 PM

Miami Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa has not made a lot of progress in contract extension talks with the team, but the two sides are believed to be in the same ballpark in regards to the terms, according to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler.

Footballguys view: Earlier this month, Tagovailoa spoke of his growing impatience with the lengthy negotiations. "The market is the market. That's it," Tagovailoa told reporters at minicamp. Since then, Trevor Lawrence of the Jacksonville Jaguars received a five-year, $275 million deal that tied him with the Cincinnati Bengals' Joe Burrow for the NFL's highest annual average ($55 million per year). After leading the NFL in passing yards and earning Pro Bowl honors, it'd be a surprise if Tagovailoa was willing to take much less (if any) than that. Stay tuned.

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  Dolphins | Calais Campbell joining Miami    Fri Jun 14, 12:11 PM

Free-agent DE Calais Campbell (Falcons) agreed to terms with the Miami Dolphins Thursday, June 13, according to sources. Terms of the contract were not disclosed.

Footballguys view: Campbell was one of the most impactful players left in free agency. The Dolphins offseason started with a lot of personnel losses, but this signing will help a defense in flux with a disruptive presence on the interior defensive line who has been a part of winning teams. He returns to where he played his college ball with this signing.

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  Dolphins | Marcus Maye puts pen to paper    Fri Jun 14, 12:55 AM

The Miami Dolphins officially signed free-agent S Marcus Maye (Saints) on Thursday, June 13.

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  Dolphins | Miami parts with Daviyon Nixon    Thu Jun 13, 04:48 PM

Miami Dolphins DT Daviyon Nixon was waived on Thursday, June 13.

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  Dolphins | Chop Robinson wraps up rookie deal    Thu Jun 13, 02:45 PM

Miami Dolphins first-round draft choice DE Chop Robinson (Penn State) signed a four-year contract worth a reported $14.976 million - including a $7.711 million signing bonus - on Thursday, June 13. The deal also includes a fifth-year team option.

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  Dolphins | Patrick Paul under contract    Tue Jun 11, 04:00 PM

Miami Dolphins second-round draft choice OT Patrick Paul (Houston) signed a four-year contract on Tuesday, June 11. Financial terms of the deal were not immediately disclosed.

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  Dolphins | Miami adding Marcus Maye    Mon Jun 10, 09:44 PM

Free-agent S Marcus Maye (Saints) agreed to terms with the Miami Dolphins Monday, June 10, according to a source. Terms of the contract were not disclosed.

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  Dolphins | Five draft picks under contract    Tue Jun 4, 05:34 PM

Miami Dolphins fourth-round draft choice RB Jaylen Wright, fifth-round draft choice LB Mohamed Kamara, sixth-round draft choice S Patrick McMorris, sixth-round draft choice WR Malik Washington and seventh-round draft choice WR Tahj Washington signed four-year contracts with the Dolphins Tuesday, June 4. Financial terms were not disclosed.

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  Dolphins | Tyreek Hill's Top Priority Is Becoming A Dolphin For Life    Tue Jun 4, 04:41 PM

Tyreek Hill says his top priority is becoming a Dolphins player for life. He will let his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, handle it, but he hopes they do a contract restructure that helps the team and invests in him for the rest of his career.

Footballguys view: Hill and Rosenhaus have clarified that they want a new contract for the star receiver. It became a bigger priority after Justin Jefferson signed a deal Monday that will pay him $35 million per year in new money. Hill's teammate, Jaylen Waddle, and Philadelphia's A.J. Brown are other receivers who have signed deals this offseason. Hill has spent the past two seasons with the Dolphins after the trade from Kansas City and has made All-Pro both seasons. He has 238 receptions for 3,509 yards and 20 touchdowns in his time in Miami. He's scheduled to make $19.765 million this year. With prices rising, Hill is understandably excited. "Oh, it's a great day in the Hill household, man. Everybody waking up happy," Hill said. We'll see if the Dolphins make Hill even happier with a big-money extension.

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  Dolphins | Tua Tagovailoa On Hand For Dolphins Minicamp    Tue Jun 4, 03:48 PM

The Dolphins have a couple of offensive stars in the market for new contracts, but those desires aren't keeping either one of them from attending the team's minicamp. Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel said that quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and wide receiver Tyreek Hill are both in attendance.

Footballguys view: Tagovailoa has been in and out of the voluntary portions of the team's offseason program as he moves into the fifth and final year of his rookie deal. McDaniel said that Tagovailoa's workload will mostly be determined by the quarterback. "We're going to have him out there, and he's going to be participating, but the depth and really across the board what he's doing that will be more up to him than anything," McDaniel said at a press conference. There doesn't appear to be much angst here as the two sides work towards a contract extension, and Tua's willingness to show up for portions of the voluntary adds to that. We'll continue watching for more.

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  Dolphins | Five Dolphins picks signed    Tue Jun 4, 10:50 AM

Miami Dolphins fourth-round pick LB Mohamed Kamara, sixth-round pick WR Malik Washington, seventh-round pick WR Tahj Washington, sixth-round pick S Patrick McMorris and fourth-round pick RB Jaylen Wright signed their rookie deals Tuesday, June 4. Financial terms weren't disclosed, but they are four-year deals.

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  Dolphins | Surprise! Tyreek Hill Interested In A New Deal    Mon Jun 3, 05:10 PM

Tyreek Hill became the NFL's highest-paid wide receiver when he signed a $120 million deal with the Miami Dolphins in 2022. Two years later, fresh off news of Justin Jefferson inking a reported $140 million extension with the Minnesota Vikings, Hill could be after his own raise, with agent Drew Rosenhaus hinting as much Monday. "Let's just say it's safe to acknowledge that I've been in touch with (general manager) Chris Grier and (executive) Brandon Shore of the Dolphins," Rosenhaus told Miami's WSVN.

Footballguys view: Hill took to social media to congratulate Jefferson: "JJettas, that's well deserved," he posted. The 30-year-old Hill is due more than $31 million in each of the next two seasons, with more than $56 million owed to the former Chiefs star in the final year of the deal. He's entering his third season with the Dolphins after topping 1,700 receiving yards in back-to-back campaigns. Hill's teammate, Jaylen Waddle, signed an extension of his own last week, a three-year, $84.75 million deal. Hill had previously suggested he only planned to play through his current contract. It's easy to understand how the current market might convince him to reconsider.

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  Dolphins | De'Von Achane may be more involved    Thu May 30, 01:56 PM

Miami Dolphins RB De'Von Achane could receive a bigger role in the offense this season and may be more involved in the passing game, according to head coach Mike McDaniel.

Footballguys view: Achane is going in the early third round in Underdog drafts, but this news could help push him up the board. If Achane can stay healthy, there's little doubt that he can return value on that cost. The Dolphins must have some confidence in his durability if they are thinking about increasing his role.

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  Dolphins | Jaylen Waddle extended    Thu May 30, 10:08 AM

Miami Dolphins WR Jaylen Waddle agreed to a three-year, $84.75 million contract extension Thursday, May 30, that includes $76 million guaranteed, per sources. The deal puts him among the top five in highest-paid receivers.

Footballguys view: The price for extensions for Justin Jefferson, CeeDee Lamb, Ja'Marr Chase, and Tee Higgins just keeps going up. Waddle's best football can still be ahead of him if he can stay healthy following a season marred by nagging injuries. Just like Nico Collins, Waddle opted for only a three-year extension so he can get back in the free agent market before the end of his prime.

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  Dolphins | Tua Tagovailoa sheds weight    Tue May 21, 09:52 AM

Miami Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa has reported to OTAs 10 to 15 pounds lighter and is at his ideal playing weight of 220 pounds.

Footballguys view: NFL Network's Cameron Wolfe reports that the lower weight comes from Tagovailoa seeking more agility and escapability. Wolfe, who also expects Tua and the Dolphins to agree to terms on an extension before the season starts, added the lower weight doesn't come with increased injury concerns. After Tagovailoa made it through the entire season last year, team officials believe the martial arts training the QB did last offseason paid dividends. They are comfortable with the slimmer version.

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  Dolphins | Tua Tagovailoa in the house    Mon May 20, 09:14 AM

Miami Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa reported to organized team activities Monday, May 20.

Footballguys view: OTAs are voluntary, but Tagovailoa, who had been absent up to this point, had indicated he would report despite his desire for a contract extension. The QB is heading into the fifth and final year of his rookie contract. He's guaranteed a base salary of $23.17 million this season. Until the Dolphins and Tagovailoa agree to a long-term deal (the going rate is roughly $50 million per year, there will be questions about his future in Miami. And, as Profootballtalk.com suggested, there will also be continued speculation on how much voluntary work he's willing to do. Contract aside, Tua's fantasy value remains solid. He's at the top of the QB2 list on our rankings.

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  Dolphins | Salvon Ahmed in danger of not making roster    Sat May 18, 11:04 AM

Miami Dolphins RB Salvon Ahmed appears to be 'at serious risk' of being cut during the preseason, after the team drafted RB Jaylen Wright, in the opinion of Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald.

Footballguys view: The Dolphins have a jam-packed running back room. Wright brings more speed to the fastest backfield in the NFL. The rookie is not quite Alvin Kamara, but the former Tennessee back can be dangerous as a runner and receiver in space. With Raheem Mostert and De'Von Achane at the top of the depth chart, the Dolphins have three backs who can take it to the house at any given time. Ahmed will compete with guys like Jeff Wilson and Chris Brooks to see if he can make the team.

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  Dolphins | Tua Tagovailoa not practicing much this spring    Fri May 17, 01:47 PM

Miami Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa has been absent for most of the team's voluntary offseason work since the Dolphins reported back on April 15, according to sources.

Footballguys view: These are just voluntary workouts, so not a big deal. The Dolphins have figured out how to best work with Tagavailoa and his training regimen. Fantasy GMs can expect QB1 production in 2024.

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  Dolphins | Mario Kendricks joins Miami    Tue May 14, 05:05 PM

Undrafted free-agent DT Mario Kendricks (Virginia Tech) signed with the Miami Dolphins Tuesday, May 14. Terms of the contract were not disclosed.

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  Dolphins | Dolphins signing UDFA CB    Mon May 13, 11:26 PM

Undrafted free-agent CB Jason Maitre (Wisconsin) is signing an undisclosed contract with the Miami Dolphins, per his agent on Monday, May 13.

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  Dolphins | Miami adds Ireland Brown    Mon May 13, 08:18 PM

Undrafted free-agent C Ireland Brown (Rutgers) signed with the Miami Dolphins Monday, May 13, according to a source. Terms of the contract were not disclosed.

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  Dolphins | Aaron Lynch taking part in minicamp    Fri May 10, 07:15 PM

Free-agent LB Aaron Lynch (Jaguars) is participating in the Miami Dolphins rookie minicamp on a tryout basis.

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  Dolphins | Miami invites Marquis Wilson to minicamp    Thu May 9, 05:44 PM

Undrafted free-agent CB Marquis Wilson (Purdue) has been invited to participate in the Miami Dolphins rookie minicamp on a tryout basis, according to a source.

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  Dolphins | Raheem Mostert fine with RB addition    Wed May 8, 09:50 AM

Miami Dolphins RB Raheem Mostert said he is not bothered by the team drafting RB Jaylen Wright this offseason.

Footballguys view: Mostert knows the deal. He's a seasoned veteran, and he's a running back, so Mostert knows that young players are always going to be pushing for his job. The Dolphins also have second-year RB De'Von Achane on the roster. Like Achane (and Mostert), Wright has a ton of speed and can gash defenders on the ground. We'll see how this backfield shakes out in training camp, but Dynasty GMs need to love Wright while also being patient for his opportunity.

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  Dolphins | Tyreek Hill wants to finish career with MIA    Wed May 8, 09:50 AM

Miami Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill said he loves playing for the Dolphins and hopes to finish his career with the team.

Footballguys view: Yeah, that sounds about right. The Dolphins have a track team on offense, and Hill is the biggest playmaker for Mike McDaniel's offense. We'll see if they can stay healthy and make a run at a Super Bowl. Winning makes everyone happy, and we're sure hoisting a Lombardi Trophy with the Dolphins would bring a smile to Hill's face.

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  Dolphins | Odell Beckham Jr. contract details    Sat May 4, 12:41 PM

Updating a previous report, Miami Dolphins WR Odell Beckham Jr.'s one-year deal is worth a base value of $3 million and can go up to $8.25 million with incentives, according to a source on Friday, April 3.

Footballguys view: We're interested to see how Beckham works out with the Dolphins. He was a deep threat for the Ravens last year, and he could be that for Miami this season. Beckham is in line to be the no.3 for the Dolphins behind Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle.

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  Dolphins | Bradley Chubb happy with progress    Fri May 3, 07:18 PM

Miami Dolphins LB Bradley Chubb (knee) said he is happy with the progress he is making from his torn anterior cruciate ligament and is taking things one day at a time.

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  Dolphins | OBJ agrees to join Miami    Fri May 3, 12:54 PM

Updating a previous report, free-agent WR Odell Beckham Jr. (Ravens) agreed to terms on a one-year deal with the Miami Dolphins on Friday, May 3, sources said. The contract could be worth up to $8.25 million.

Footballguys view: Beckham made the most of his opportunities last year with the Ravens. The Dolphins have two superstars in Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. Now, they've added yet another weapon in Beckham. We love rookie WR Malik Washington, and now he'll be competing with Beckham for the no.3 spot on the Dolphins' depth chart.

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  Dolphins | Miami signs Je'Quan Burton    Thu May 2, 01:46 AM

Undrafted free-agent WR Je'Quan Burton (Florida Atlantic) signed with the Miami Dolphins on Saturday, April 27.

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  Dolphins | Gavin Hardison recovered from surgery    Mon Apr 29, 08:37 PM

Miami Dolphins QB Gavin Hardison underwent Tommy John surgery in November but has fully recovered from the injury and will not have any limitations during the rookie minicamp.

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  Dolphins | La'Damian Webb to try out    Mon Apr 29, 04:51 PM

Undrafted free-agent RB La'Damian Webb (South Alabama) is scheduled to participate in the Miami Dolphins rookie minicamp on a tryout basis, according to a source.

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  Dolphins | Jaelan Phillips option picked up    Mon Apr 29, 03:43 PM

Miami Dolphins DE Jaelan Phillips had his fifth-year option exercised by the team Monday, April 29.

Footballguys view: Phillips was part of a Dolphins defense that set the franchise single-season sack record (56.0) in 2023, where he tallied 6.5 sacks, a mark he's hit all three seasons. He's played in 42 games with 26 starts with Miami, totaling 146 tackles (88 solo), 22.0 sacks, one interception, five passes defensed, one forced fumble, and three fumble recoveries. He's just the second player in Dolphins history to begin his career with at least seven sacks in each of his first two NFL seasons. Phillips is currently DE12 on our Footballguys 2024 Draft Rankings.

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  Dolphins | Jaylen Waddle's option picked up    Mon Apr 29, 03:39 PM

Miami Dolphins WR Jaylen Waddle will have his fifth-year option exercised by the team, the team announced Monday, April 29.

Footballguys view: Waddle recorded his third consecutive 1,000-yard receiving season in 2023, becoming the first player in franchise history to do so. He's started 47 games with Miami, recording 251 receptions for 3,385 yards (13.5 avg.) and 18 touchdowns. He holds the Dolphins record for the most receiving yards in the first three years of a career and set Dolphins rookie records in receptions (104) and receiving yards (1,015). Despite the impressive overall totals, Waddle, who finished as WR7 in 2022, saw his fantasy number fall off last year. The good news is his WR32 finish in 2023 could make him a value this year.

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  Dolphins | Bayron Matos joining Dolphins    Sun Apr 28, 12:25 PM

Undrafted free-agent OL Bayron Matos (South Florida) agreed to a contract with the Miami Dolphins that includes a $22,500 signing bonus and $225,000 of his salary guaranteed, according to sources Sunday, April 28.

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  Dolphins | Gavin Hardison heading to South Beach    Sat Apr 27, 08:11 PM

Undrafted free-agent QB Gavin Hardison (UTEP) agreed to terms with the Miami Dolphins on Saturday, April 27, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero. Financial terms were not disclosed.

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  Dolphins | Miami selects Jaylen Wright    Sat Apr 27, 01:09 PM

Tennessee RB Jaylen Wright was selected by the Miami Dolphins with the 120th overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft.

Footballguys view: Wow. The team with a bunch of speed gets a back who has a bunch of speed. Wright is not quite Alvin Kamara, but he can be dangerous as both a runner and receiver out of the backfield.

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  Dolphins | Miami picks Patrick Paul    Fri Apr 26, 08:48 PM

Houston OT Patrick Paul was selected by the Miami Dolphins with the 55th overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft.

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  Dolphins | Chop Robinson selected by Miami    Thu Apr 25, 10:39 PM

Penn State DE Chop Robinson was selected by the Miami Dolphins with the 21st overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft.

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  Dolphins | Graham Barton a pivot point for Miami?    Tue Apr 23, 04:03 PM

Duke OL Graham Barton may be the top target for the Miami Dolphins with the 21st pick in the 2024 NFL Draft on Thursday, April 25, and the team could be interested in trading down if he is not available, according to sources via SportsKeeda's Tony Pauline.

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  Dolphins | Miami gets to know Sanoussi Kane    Thu Apr 18, 10:04 PM

Purdue S Sanoussi Kane visited with the Miami Dolphins on Thursday, April 18.

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  Dolphins | Miami likes Ja'Tavion Sanders    Thu Apr 18, 06:19 PM

Texas TE Ja'Tavion Sanders is receiving strong interest from the Miami Dolphins leading up to the 2024 NFL Draft, according to The Miami Herald's Barry Jackson.

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