Danny Amendola #80 WR
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Height / Weight
5'10" / 186 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
November 2, 1985 (32)
Experience
10th Season
Drafted
2008 / Rd. / Pk. (DAL FA)
College
Texas Tech
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Miami Dolphins wide receiver Danny Amendola worked with the first unit alongside Devante Parker and Kenny Stills in the first training camp practice, which left Albert Wilson to mostly work with the second unit. It's a bid odd for Wilson after the team signed him to a three-year, $24 million deal in the offseason. However, head coach Adam Gase cautioned that what happened on Thursday may not be an indication of how things will end up for the regular season. Wilson had career bests in targets (63), catches (42), yards (554) and touchdowns (three) in 2017 with the Chiefs. He should have a bigger role in Miami, but the presence of Amendola will keep his fantasy ceiling low.

20 days ago | RotoBaller

Free-agent wide receiver Danny Amendola will sign with the Miami Dolphins, according to Dan Hellie of NFL Network. Hellie's sources do not confirm the terms of the deal, but this will keep Amendola in the AFC East after he played for the Patriots for five seasons. The Dolphins are looking to fill the void left by Jarvis Landry quickly, signing Amendola and Albert Wilson, and appear to be in a better position coming into 2018 season than they were in 2017. Amendola had 61 catches on 86 targets for 659 yards and two touchdowns in 2017. He won't be much of a fantasy option as perhaps the fourth aerial target in Miami behind DeVante Parker, Kenny Stills and Wilson.

5 months ago | RotoBaller

New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola is set for free agency, and the Boston Herald reports that Amendola's market is "unfolding favorably," and that he could receive between $3-5 million annually. That could make it hard for the Patriots to keep a player of whom they have requested and received $10 million in pay cuts over the past three years. For his part, 32-year-old Amendola has said winning is more important than money. ESPN's Mike Reiss reported last month the "feeling is positive" that Amendola will remain in New England.

5 months ago | RotoBaller