|Offense||27th||72.2 (32nd)||237.8 (12th)|
|Defense||30th||135.4 (27th)||262.4 (26th)|
|55||Baker, Jerome||OLB||6-2||225||12/25/1996||3||Ohio State|
|20||Breida, Matt||RB||5-10||195||2/28/1995||4||Georgia Southern|
|49||Eguavoen, Sam||LB||6-0||236||2/22/1993||2||Texas Tech|
|75||Flowers, Ereck||G||6-6||343||4/25/1994||6||Miami (FL)|
|84||Ford, Isaiah||WR||6-2||201||2/9/1996||3||Virginia Tech|
|35||Frazier, Kavon||FS||6-0||220||8/11/1994||5||Central Michigan|
|88||Gesicki, Mike||TE||6-6||250||10/3/1995||3||Penn State|
|19||Grant, Jakeem||WR||5-7||171||10/30/1992||5||Texas Tech|
|51||Grugier-Hill, Kamu||OLB||6-2||223||5/16/1994||5||Eastern Illinois|
|2||Haack, Matt||P||6-0||205||7/25/1994||4||Arizona State|
|86||Hollins, Mack||WR||6-4||221||9/16/1993||4||North Carolina|
|48||Munson, Calvin||LB||6-0||245||12/27/1994||2||San Diego State|
|91||Ogbah, Emmanuel||DE||6-4||275||11/6/1993||5||Oklahoma State|
|78||Pankey, Adam||T||6-5||306||2/2/1994||3||West Virginia|
|33||Perry, Jamal||CB||5-10||189||10/23/1994||2||Iowa State|
|7||Sanders, Jason||K||5-11||195||11/16/1995||3||New Mexico|
|92||Sieler, Zach||DE||6-6||297||9/7/1995||3||Ferris State|
|81||Smythe, Durham||TE||6-6||260||8/9/1995||3||Notre Dame|
|58||Strowbridge, Jason||DE||6-5||273||9/10/1996||R||North Carolina|
|43||Van Ginkel, Andrew||OLB||6-4||242||7/1/1995||2||Wisconsin|
|53||Van Noy, Kyle||MLB||6-3||250||3/26/1991||7||BYU|
|18||Williams, Preston||WR||6-5||218||3/27/1997||2||Colorado State|
|47||Biegel, Vince (IR)||LB||6-3||246||7/2/1993||4||Wisconsin|
|30||Brooks, Nate (IR)||DB||6-0||192||9/5/1996||1||North Texas|
|61||Hilland, Connor (IR)||C||6-4||298||6/18/1995||1||William & Mary|
|Rolle, Rob (IR)||DB||6-1||195||5/12/1996||R||Villanova|
|87||Scott, Rashawn (IR)||WR||6-0||203||1/29/1992||2||Miami (FL)|
|82||Cole, Matt||WR||5-10||197||11/7/1996||R||McKendree College|
|41||Cole, Brian||SAF||6-2||205||4/3/1997||R||Mississippi State|
|30||Hayes, Tae||CB||5-9||188||8/19/1997||2||Appalachian State|
|36||Holley, Nate||DB||6-0||209||12/5/1994||1||Kent State|
|95||Jones, Benito||DT||6-1||316||11/27/1997||R||Ole Miss|
|83||Merritt, Kirk||WR||6-0||208||1/5/1997||R||Arkansas State|
|Orzech, Matthew||LS||6-3||245||4/12/1995||2||Azusa Pacific|
|69||Queiroz, Durval||DT||6-4||330||8/27/1992||1||No College|
|64||Render, Tyshun||DE||6-4||248||3/28/1997||R||Middle Tenn.|
|17||Sinnett, Reid||QB||6-4||225||2/5/1997||R||San Diego|
The third-year tight end was nowhere near as prolific as four days prior against the Bills, but Gesicki still rewarded fantasy managers with his second touchdown grab of the season. The Penn State product may see his reception volume fluctuate depending on game flow, but based on his strong second-half finish in 2019 and early returns this season, it's clear Gesicki's fantasy prospects are on the right trajectory. He'll look to play a bigger role in a Week 4 home matchup against the Seahawks on Sunday, Oct. 4.
Rowe nabbed a floated pass from Tom Brady early in the second quarter, returning it 35 yards down the sideline for a touchdown. The former Patriot's interception marked Brady's his first pick-six since Dec. 24, 2017. Rowe set career-high marks across the board during his first season in Miami, recording 81 tackles (54 solo), eight defended passes, one pick-six and one forced fumble across 16 contests. The 2015 second-round pick has the potential to once again provide fantasy value in IDP formats when he returns to the Dolphins in 2020.
It's unclear if Ledbetter is still battling the ankle injury that landed him on injured reserve after the 2019 season opener. In any case, he's now reverted to the reserve list after being waived by the Dolphins on Tuesday.
Hollins joined the Dolphins in Week 14, and he saw most of his usage with the team come on special teams. Across 12 games with the Eagles in 2019, Hollins caught 10 of 22 targets for 125 yards. In four contests with Miami, he failed to bring in his only target. The 26-year-old is under contract for 2020, but he'll need to spend the offseason competing for a roster spot.
Wilkins was limited to just two sacks as a rookie in 2019, so it's encouraging to see him already getting off to a hot start Year 2. The second-year pro also matched his career-high tackle total during the Week 1 loss, so he'll be worth monitoring in IDP formats heading into a Week 2 tilt against the Bills.
Davis appears fully recovered from the arm injury he picked up Week 3 against the Cowboys. He's set to draw the start at left tackle versus Washington.
Van Noy was a force in the pass rush Thursday, and he had a number of plays that didn't show up on the stat sheet but forced Gardner Minshew to abandon reads. He even recovered the fumble after logging a strip-sack in the fourth quarter, a play which essentially sealed the win for Miami. Van Noy has been a solid option in IDP formats through three contests, and he'll look to keep up his momentum against the Seahawks in Week 4.
The Buccaneers were hoping Sinnett would clear waivers so they could place him on the practice squad, as they gave him a $152,000 signing bonus in April. Sinnett will look to learn a few things from Tom Brady at practice this season.
Howard played through this knee issue last week against the Bills, and his presence will be vital Thursday with fellow cornerback Byron Jones (groin/Achilles) ruled out.
Ford had seven catches for 76 yards Week 2, but he took a clear back seat to all of DeVante Parker, Preston Williams, Mike Gesicki and Myles Gaskin in the passing game during Thursday's victory. The 24-year-old looks destined to continue splitting No. 3 WR reps with Jakeem Grant, a role which will make him difficult to trust as a fantasy option in Miami's low-floor offense.
Hilland previously spent the 2018 season on the Dolphins' practice squad. When fully recovered from his undisclosed injury, the 24-year-old center may look for a depth role elsewhere.
Sanders remains perfect on the year, though he's now been held to a single field-goal attempt in two of three games. Despite his flawless accuracy, Sanders' low volume of attempts robs him of a reliable fantasy ceiling.
Pankey was waived by the Packers on Monday but will now have a new opportunity in South Beach. The 25-year-old hasn't appeared in a game this season despite spending most of the campaign on Green Bay's 53-man roster.
Breida wasn't targeted Thursday, as Myles Gaskin (22 carries and five targets) handled the vast majority of Miami's backfield reps. With Jordan Howard locked into the Dolphins' short-yardage work, it looks as though Breida's only opportunities will come as an occasional change-of-pace option to spell Gaskin. Until such time as his workload increases, Breida can be considered off the fantasy radar in most formats.
Hayes will provide Miami with key cornerback depth against the Jaguars during Thursday Night Football with Byron Jones (groin/Achilles) out. He played a rotational role on defense down the stretch for the Dolphins last season.
Parker had shaken his hamstring concerns by putting in a full practice Wednesday, and he was able to put in a normal workload while co-leading the team in receptions and setting the pace in receiving yardage. The 27-year-old has been able to carry over his 2019 rapport with quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick into this season despite the limited practice time in a new offense, as he's now brought in 14 of 17 targets for 169 yards and a touchdown through three games. Parker will now have a chance to get his legs some extra rest ahead of a Week 4 home matchup against the Seahawks on Sunday, Oct. 4.
Cox was limited to contributing as a blocker on offense as a rookie, and he also played a small role on special teams. He's not a candidate to gain any fantasy value in 2020, as Cox will likely reprise a similar role in his sophomore season.
Williams was able to salvage what would have been a complete wash-out of a night for fantasy managers with his three-yard touchdown grab in the first quarter. The Colorado State product has struggled to make an impact in new coordinator Chan Gailey's offense thus far, posting just five catches on 14 targets through three games. The solid amount of looks is encouraging, and Williams may be able to start converting them into better production the more he familiarizes himself with the scheme. He'll look to push his numbers up across the board in a Week 4 road battle against the Bengals on Sunday, Oct. 4.
Grugier-Hill is coming off four straight campaigns as a key depth player in Philadelphia's linebacker corps, highlighted by a career-best 2018 performance in which he notched 45 tackles, two sacks, one interception and one forced fumble. The 26-year-old now faces the opportunity to compete for an increased role in Miami's defense, which is in need of playmakers at inside linebacker.
Biegel is presumed to be done for the season after suffering a torn left Achilles during Tuesday's practice. The 27-year-old is coming off a career-best 2019 campaign, and he looked on track to build upon that performance with Miami in 2020 prior to becoming injured.
Van Ginkel has yet to make his NFL debut but figures to do so in the coming weeks after he was activated off IR, fully recovered from a foot injury that has kept him on the shelf since being drafted in the fifth round of the 2019 draft.
Ahmed will stick with the franchise in a practice squad role, per Josh Tolentino of The Athletic. He'll compete with fellow Washington product Myles Gaskin for the first spot in line should an injury befall any of the running backs on the 53-man roster.
The Dolphins gave Cole a chance as an undrafted free agent from Division II McKendree (Ill.), but he didn't make the final roster. He flashed skill as both a receiver and returner in college, so perhaps the Dolphins can develop him on the practice squad.
Cut with a non-football injury designation by the Dolphins one day earlier, Davis didn't revert to the NFI list, making him a free agent. The undrafted rookie will search for a chance with another organization, though he'll need to pass a physical as well.
Howard took the field late in the first quarter to punch in a one-yard score, salvaging his fantasy day with a TD for the third consecutive week. Now that he's been completely relegated to short-yardage duties (0.8 YPC through three contests), Howard's low-ceiling, low-floor fantasy value only comes due to his consistent goal-line work.
Brooks landed on injured reserve Sept. 6 with an undisclosed injury. In addition to the Dolphins, he's also appeared on the Cardinals and Patriots rosters.
Flowers either tested positive or was in close contact with someone who did. Either way, he's eligible to return to team facilities and start preparing for the 2020 season. The 26-year-old will aim to lock down the starting left guard position in training camp.
The 25-year-old was drafted during the second round by the Bears in 2017, but he's played only 27 games in three seasons and has 26 catches for 249 yards and four touchdowns. Shaheen likely won't be guaranteed a roster spot given his track record with injuries, but a strong camp could put him in the mix for the No. 2 job at tight end with Durham Smythe and Chandler Cox.
Davis, who the Dolphins took in the second round of the 2020 draft, is thus slated to move into a role on the team's revamped front seven. Per Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com, the Alabama product profiles as a good fit as a 3-4 end in Miami's defense, and at 6-foot-6, 311 pounds, Davis should also be able to make his mark as a run stopper.
Fejedelem was initially listed as doubtful for Thursday Night Football despite logging a trio of limited practices. He'll look to retake the field versus the Seahawks in Week 4.
Laird is healthy heading into Miami's season opener. Just how involved he'll be is a different story, as he's currently buried behind Jordan Howard, Matt Breida and Myles Gaskin on the running back depth chart.
Myarick failed to make the roster at tight end. The Dolphins' depth chart at the position consists of Mike Gesicki, Durham Smythe and Adam Shaheen.
The Dolphins didn't appear to consider putting Tagovailoa in the game during Sunday's season-opening loss to the Patriots, in which Ryan Fitzpatrick threw three picks and failed to move the offense, so it looks like the team is committed to allowing the rookie time to develop. However, if Fitzpatrick logs a similarly poor performance against Buffalo, Tagovailoa could begin building a case to enter the fray.
The speedster was fairly busy due to his multiple responsibilities, but he once again played a minimal role as a receiver. The good news is that Grant has caught all five targets he's seen thus far this season, but those have amounted to just 46 yards. Grant has yet to see his blazing speed translate to game action, as Thursday's 19-yard catch counts as the longest of his season-plus as a pro. He'll look to up his production from scrimmage in a Week 4 home matchup against the Seahawks on Sunday, Oct. 4.
The undrafted rookie out of Arkansas State enjoyed impressive collegiate production with 153 receptions for 1,811 yards and 19 touchdowns over his final two seasons, but he couldn't secure a roster spot in Miami. If he clears waivers, the Dolphins intend to keep him on the practice squad.
The 18th overall selection of the 2020 NFL Draft, Jackson possesses the athleticism and frame to push for an immediate starting role in Miami. The team does have a serviceable option available in Julien Davenport, though, in the event that Jackson would benefit from time to develop. In any case, the Dolphins no doubt consider Jackson the left tackle of the future, whether or not he garners a starting gig immediately as a rookie.
The 2017 third-round pick had a rough tenure in Miami, especially considering he spent all of the 2019 season rehabbing from a torn ACL. Tankersley has 36 tackles (26 solo) and seven pass breakups through 17 career games in the NFL.
Jones finished second on the team in terms of tackles, behind only Jerome Baker (16). The rookie third-round pick put forth a strong showing in his NFL debut, but fantasy managers will likely need to see more evidence before trusting him as a consistent option in IDP formats. Jones will look to keep up his momentum Week 2 against Buffalo.
Strowbridge didn't pop up on the team's injury report, so this is likely a coach's decision to keep him home. The 24-year-old has yet to suit up in game action after he was selected in the fifth round in April's draft, and he'll have to wait another week to make his NFL debut.
Lawson upped his practice participation after being limited on Monday and Tuesday, and he has been taken off the injury report as a result. He'll be looking for his first sack of the season Thursday after registering 6.5 sacks in 2019.
The rookie seventh-round pick could be a candidate to resurface on Minnesota's practice squad if no other team pursues him. Cole played a hybrid linebacker/nickel role during his time at Mississippi State.
In the Week 2 loss to the Bills, Fitzpatrick went a long way toward resembling the quarterback who knows coordinator Chan Gailey's offense intimately from having run it with ample success in both Buffalo and New York. Thursday, game script didn't call for Fitzpatrick to be anywhere near as active through the air, but the efficiency he demonstrated was that of a quarterback completely comfortable within a system. The veteran finished with a 133.3 rating for the night, misfiring only twice while averaging 8.0 yards per attempt and notching completions to seven different pass catchers. With the air attack now seemingly considerably ahead of where it was just two weeks ago in the opener against the Patriots, Fitzpatrick and his teammates will utilize some much-needed extra time to gear up for a formidable Week 4 interconference challenge in the form of the visiting Seahawks on Sunday, Oct. 4.
Callaway was handed a 10-game suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy last November, and he's subsequently had four games added, so his first chance to retake the field will come during Miami's matchup against the Rams in Week 8. The Dolphins are lacking for quality receiving depth, so Callaway, currently a member of the practice squad, could see opportunities to make an impact this season as long as he's able to avoid any further off-field issues.
Roberts should be firing on all cylinders in Week 3 after practicing without limitations throughout the week. He seems to be fully over the concussion he suffered in the season opener, which kept him out of last week's loss to the Bills.
Needman was promoted from Miami's practice squad in mid-October, when injuries to the secondary thrust him into the starting lineup. The UTEP product never gave back the reigns, and he ultimately concluded the 2019 campaign as a regular starter at cornerback. He's under contract for 2020, but it's worth noting that the Dolphins are a realistic contender to add to the secondary in the offseason.
McCain moved all around the field Wednesday, logging two big plays in the form of an interception and a spectacular pass breakup. The starting free safety's strong performance in practice is an indication that he's fully put November's shoulder surgery behind him. Though third-round pick Brandon Jones could earn reps as a rookie, McCain is the clear favorite to begin 2020 as the starter.
Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reported that the team waived Queiroz Neto on Saturday. The 27-year-old doesn't count against the practice squad's 10-player limit. Queiroz Neto was originally allocated to Miami through the International Player Pathway Program and made the switch from defensive tackle to offensive guard early in training camp.
Holley played last season for the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League, and he recorded 78 tackles over 18 games. The Kent State product played in a hybrid role between linebacker and safety, but he'll likely stick to a special-teams role if he makes the team in Miami.
Davenport left the game briefly in the first quarter to get his knee checked out by the training staff, and was pronounced healthy to return. He'll slot back into his usual role at left tackle across the offensive line.
Igbinoghene handled 93 percent of defensive snaps against the Bills in Week 2, after Jones was forced from the lineup, so this news only officially confirms what was already expected. The rookie third-round pick will start across from Xavien Howard and work to contain a Jaguars' receiving corps that will be without D.J. Chark (chest).
Godchaux spent two days on the list before being cleared to return to team facilities. The 25-year-old nose tackle is heading into his fourth year with the Dolphins after marking career highs in tackles (75) and sacks (two) in 2019. However, Godchaux could face competition from rookie second-round pick Raekwon Davis (illness) through training camp.
Ogbah missed the final six games of the 2019 regular season with Kansas City due to a torn pectoral injury he suffered Week 10. The 26-year-old has been a consistent threat in the pass rush since coming into the league in 2016, earning 18 sacks over 50 career games. Now healthy, he's one of a few offseason additions for the Dolphins in a defensive overhaul heading into 2020.
Baker followed up a huge Week 1 performance with a quieter day, but he still played 93-percent of his team's defensive snaps, proving his value to Miami's defensive scheme. Baker and the Dolphins will take on the Jaguars in Week 3.
The retooling of the Dolphins' offensive line continues, with Karras -- a 2016 sixth-rounder -- now slated to start at center alongside guard Ereck Flowers, whom the team agreed to a deal with Tuesday. Karras, 27, made 20 starts over 60 appearances with the Patriots the past four seasons.
Through the Dolphins' first two games, the backfield wealth was essentially spread amongst Gaskin, Matt Breida and Jordan Howard, with no clear-cut lead back. That clearly changed for at least one game Thursday, as Gaskin outpaced his aforementioned teammates by 19 carries each and also co-led the team in both receptions and targets. The second-year back wasn't anywhere near as efficient on the ground as during the first two games of the season, when he averaged 5.4 yards on his 16 rushes. However, the boost in volume on the ground was certainly a welcome sight for Gaskin's fantasy managers, who now have reason to hope the Washington product could be headed for a true workhorse role moving forward that also includes a solid pass-catching component. Gaskin will look to make good on that potential in a Week 4 home date against the Seahawks on Sunday, Oct. 4.
Perry, who legally changed his last name from Wiltz in March, consistently lined up as a starter in the slot last season before suffering a shoulder injury Week 16. Entering training camp, he'll face stout competition at the position from rookie Noah Igbinoghene, in addition to holdover Nik Needham.
Bowden only played five percent of offensive snaps Week 2, so his absence won't carry very noticeable fantasy repercussions. Jakeem Grant and Mack Hollins will serve as Miami's depth wideouts behind DeVante Parker, Preston Williams and Isaiah Ford.
Frazier appeared in four games for Dallas in 2019 before landing on injured reserve with a torn pectoral, and he'll now compete for a spot in Miami's secondary. The 25-year-old appeared in 44 games for the Cowboys after being a sixth-round selection in the 2016 draft and totaled 67 tackles (45 solo) with one sack, one forced fumble and one pass defensed while mainly playing on special teams.
Jones missed last Thursday's win over the Jaguars due to a combination of groin and Achilles injuries, and it looks as though he still isn't ready to resume practicing. Rookie first-round pick Noah Igbinoghene would stand to draw another start if Jones can't progress in time to suit up versus Seattle on Sunday.
Eguavoen is already back on the roster after having been placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday. In the wake of Vince Biegel (Achilles) having been placed on injured reserve, Eguavoen could be a candidate to receive increased practice reps.
Munson's initial activity at training camp was delayed over a week due to his stay on the NFI list, but he's now earned clearance to take the practice field. He's competing for a depth role in Miami's linebacker corps.
Scott reverted to injured reserve after clearing waivers at roster cutdowns. The severity of the ankle issue remains unclear, but the 26-year-old is now free to sign elsewhere.
Smythe, despite being listed as the starter on Miami's first unofficial depth chart of the year, only handled 13 offensive snaps (21 percent) compared to Mike Gesicki's 45 snaps (73 percent). Additionally, Gesicki accounted for all five of the targets that went to Miami's tight end position. Smythe could see more workload as a blocker as the season continues, particularly if Miami's ground game can get going, but his fantasy floor essentially remains nonexistent.