Lynn Bowden Jr.

Lynn Bowden Jr. Fantasy

Healthy
0
TDs
2020
0.0
2020
Height / Weight
5'11" / 204 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
October 14, 1997 (23)
Experience
Rookie
Drafted
2020 / Rd. 3 / Pk. 80 (LV)
College
Kentucky

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Lynn Bowden Jr. News

Dolphins See Lynn Bowden Jr. As Wide Receiver Option

This makes more sense. The Miami Dolphins traded for rookie running back Lynn Bowden Jr. on Saturday, seemingly complicating a backfield that already had Jordan Howard and Matt Breida. But reports indicate that the team believes Bowden can play wide receiver for them, a position he's played during his college career. Miami is shallow at receiver behind starters DeVante Parker and Preston Williams, and with Bowden also being able to play in the backfield as well, he could have value in deep PPR leagues this season.

Sep. 5th • 4:17 PM
Raiders Trade Lynn Bowden Jr. To Dolphins

The Las Vegas Raiders have traded rookie running back Lynn Bowden Jr. and a sixth-round pick to the Miami Dolphins for a fourth-round pick. Vegas is set at running back with Josh Jacobs and solid backups like Jalen Richard and Devontae Booker, while the Dolphins have spent the past few seasons struggling with their running back position. Bowden will compete with Jordan Howard and Matt Breida for snaps. While he's not likely to be a strong fantasy play out of the gate, he does limit the upside of Howard and Breida and makes Patrick Laird and Myles Gaskins expendable.

Sep. 5th • 3:27 PM
Lynn Bowden Jr.'s Development Is Complicated

Las Vegas Raiders rookie running back Lynn Bowden Jr. was drafted to play a special role in head coach Jon Gruden's offense, but he hasn't exactly been standing out in training camp, according to reports. General manager Mike Mayock said the team is going to be patient with the third-round selection from Kentucky. Were asking him to play a completely different position. Were putting a lot on his plate, Mayock said. Bowden has a bigger learning curve than most rookies because he's playing running back, receiver and working on special teams. There's a lot to like about the rookie in Gruden's offense, but we might not see his true potential until later this season or in 2021. The upside and potential positional versatility will make him worth a late-round stab in deeper leagues, especially if you also own Josh Jacobs.

Sep. 2nd • 4:47 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Ryan Fitzpatrick
Tua Tagovailoa
RB Myles Gaskin
Matt Breida
LWR DeVante Parker
Jakeem Grant Sr.
RWR Preston Williams
Lynn Bowden Jr.
SWR Isaiah Ford
Mack Hollins
TE Mike Gesicki
Adam Shaheen
LT Julién Davenport
LG Ereck Flowers
C Ted Karras
Michael Deiter
RG Solomon Kindley
Adam Pankey
RT Jesse Davis
Robert Hunt
LDE Christian Wilkins
Zach Sieler
NT Raekwon Davis
DE Emmanuel Ogbah
Jason Strowbridge
WLB Shaq Lawson
Andrew Van Ginkel
LB Jerome Baker
Elandon Roberts
Kamu Grugier-Hill
Calvin Munson
SLB Kyle Van Noy
Sam Eguavoen
LCB Byron Jones
Nik Needham
SS Eric Rowe
Clayton Fejedelem
FS Kavon Frazier
RCB Xavien Howard
NB Noah Igbinoghene
Bobby McCain
K Jason Sanders