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Dolphins Top Fantasy Players

These are the top fantasy football players of the Miami Dolphins as ranked by Average Draft Position (ADP) in PPR-format mock drafts.

Data as of June 7, 2023.

# Name Pos Team ADP Bye

Miami Dolphins 2020 Schedule

Week Home/Away Opponent
1 Away New England Patriots
2 Home Buffalo Bills
3 Away Jacksonville Jaguars
4 Home Seattle Seahawks
5 Away San Francisco 49ers
6 Away Denver Broncos
7 Home Los Angeles Chargers
8 Home Los Angeles Rams
9 Away Arizona Cardinals
10 Home New York Jets
12 Away New York Jets
13 Home Cincinnati Bengals
14 Home Kansas City Chiefs
15 Home New England Patriots
16 Away Las Vegas Raiders
17 Away Buffalo Bills
6 Home New York Jets
10 Home Los Angeles Chargers
11 Away Denver Broncos

Miami Dolphins News

Preston Williams, Works out for Houston

The Texans brought Williams in for a workout Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC2 Houston reports.

Analysis: Williams, who was let go last week by the Panthers, is drawing interest from several NFL teams. That the Texans had him in suggests they are not yet settled at wide receiver after bringing in several bodies during free agency and the draft.

Preston Williams player page.

May 25, 2023 5:11 AM EST

Preston Williams, Let go by Carolina

Williams was waived by the Panthers on Thursday, Darin Gantt of the team's official site reports.

Analysis: Williams played Week 18 for the Panthers after spending the entirety of their season on the practice squad, although he only saw two offensive snaps and failed to see a target. The 26-year-old had also previously spent three seasons with the Dolphins He will now need to seek out a new opportunity.

Preston Williams player page.

May 18, 2023 11:59 AM EST

Trenton Irwin, Facing additional competition

Irwin, who stepped up when Ja.Marr Chase was hurt last season and is nominally Tyler Boyd's backup in the slot, now faces competition from rookie wide receivers Charlie Jones and Andre Iosivas, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.

Analysis: Jones in particular looms as a threat as a slot receiver, and was essentially drafted to be Boyd's long-term replacement after this season. Irwin was a practice squad player at the beginning of the 2022 season, so his roster slot is hardly secure.

Trenton Irwin player page.

May 3, 2023 4:05 PM EST

Ryan Tannehill, Still the starter, for now

Tannehill will open offseason practices as the starting quarterback while second-round pick Will Levis is the third-stringer, but Titans coach Mike Vrabel said "whatever happens after that will be up to the players,"'s Ian Rapoport reports.

Analysis: It's essentially just coach-speak, though other coaches have been known to make stronger commitments to the veteran option -- at least verbally, if not in practice. Widely expected to be a first-round pick, Levis dropped to the second round and went 33rd overall after the Titans traded up to get him. That's early enough to threaten Tannehill's job security, but it's also worth noting that the Titans passed on Levis at 11th overall (instead drafting OL Peter Skoronski) and didn't trade back into the first round for him. It all makes for a complicated situation, as the team doesn't seem especially confident in Levis becoming a franchise QB but will probably want to see him play at some point before next year's QB-rich draft. On top of that, Tannehill has a non-guaranteed $27 million base salary in 2023, the final year of his contract, which means he could still be released before the start of the season if the Titans love what they see from Levis on the practice field this spring/summer. Tannehill told reporters Wednesday that the "whole system is pretty much different" with Tim Kelly replacing Todd Downing as offensive coordinator in Tennessee, per Paul Kuharsky.

Ryan Tannehill player page.

May 3, 2023 11:47 AM EST

Tua Tagovailoa, Optimistic about avoiding concussions

Tagovailoa considered retirement this offseason but instead decided to prioritize training that may help him avoid future concussions, The Miami Herald reports.

Analysis: Tagovailoa said Wednesday that doctors told him he isn't at significant risk for chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) and doesn't have any extra risk of suffering additional concussions. Head injuries limited him to 13 games last year in what was otherwise a breakout season, with Tagovailoa throwing 25 touchdowns to only eight interceptions while leading the league in yards per pass attempt (8.9). He'll have a similarly favorable setup this season under coach Mike McDaniel, with Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle forming the fastest WR duo in the NFL and having a strong argument to be considered the best. The team's skill-position players look much the same as last year minus TE Mike Gesicki, whose role had been scaled back under McDaniel in any case.

Tua Tagovailoa player page.

April 19, 2023 11:44 AM EST