Miami Dolphins Depth Chart

Miami Dolphins Depth Chart

AFC East
Hard Rock Stadium
Head Coach
Brian Flores
Offensive Coordinator
Chan Gailey
Defensive Coordinator
Josh Boyer
Special Teams Coach
Danny Crossman
Defensive Scheme
Team News
Miami Dolphins Sign Chester Rogers

With both Allen Hurns and Albert Wilson opting out of the 2020 NFL season, the Miami Dolphins needed help at wide receiver. They got that help on Sunday, signing former Colts wide receiver Chester Rogers. Rogers won't set the world on fire, but he did have 53 catches for 485 yards in 2018 before dropping off last season. He's clearly not competing with DeVante Parker and Preston Williams for the top roles in Miami, but he could carve out a role as the team's No. 3 receiver. That's probably not a fantasy relevant role, but he could be worth a late pick in best ball formats just in case.

5 days ago
DeVante Parker Focused On Improvement

Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker is looking to take the next step in 2020. While making an appearance on NFL Network's Good Morning Football, the 27-year-old emphasized a heightened-focus on his diet and training regimen during the offseason. The sixth-year pro had a breakout season in 2019, finishing with 1,202 yards and nine touchdowns for an impressive 16.7 yards per reception and nine touchdowns. With the health of Preston Williams (knee) still in question, Parker has a chance to get some extra attention from either Ryan Fitzpatrick or rookie signal-caller Tua Tagovailoa this upcoming season. Fantasy managers should keep him in mind when looking to round out their lineup at the wideout position.

18 days ago
Dolphins Haven't Discussed Extension With Matt Breida

The Miami Dolphins have yet to discuss a contract extension with running back Matt Breida after giving up the No. 153 overall pick in April's draft to acquire him from the 49ers. The running back is scheduled for unrestricted free agency after the 2020 season and is scheduled to make $3.3 million in the final year of his deal. Breida's career highs of 153 carries and 814 yards came with San Francisco in 2018. He is expected to share the backfield load with free-agent pickup Jordan Howard. Miami has understandably held off on extensions with uncertainty over how COVID-19 will affect the 2021 salary cap. The 25-year-old had 623 rushing yards in 2019 and is the better and cheaper fantasy option over Howard if he can just stay healthy.

over 1 month ago
Jordan Howard, Matt Breida To Complement Each Other

Miami Dolphins running backs Jordan Howard and Matt Breida are expected to share the backfield this season after the team finished last in rushing yards and last in yards per rush in 2019. Howard will offer power and is expected to be the short-yardage and goal-line back, while Breida delivers speed. Howard is third in the NFL in rushing attempts and yards since 2016. Patrick Laird could take some third-down repetitions from Breida if he makes the roster. Howard didn't fumble in 2019 and has just five fumbles in 897 career carries. Breida has averaged five yards per attempt in his career, while Howard is at 4.3. With Breida being one of the fastest backs in the league, offensive coordinator Chan Gailey will try to get him into space.

over 1 month ago
DeVante Parker Excels On Contested Catches

Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker had the second-most receiving yards last year on contested catches (400), behind only Kenny Golladay, according to Pro Football Focus. Parker's ability to make catches with defenders draped all over him helped him to a breakout season in 2019. He finished with career highs across the board in receptions (72), targets (128), receiving yards (1,202) and touchdowns (nine). Parker surprisingly finished as the No. 7 fantasy wideout last year after being a disappointment the first four seasons of his career. Miami's offense could improve in 2020 with rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa an option to take over for Ryan Fitzpatrick, too. Parker should be targeted as a WR2.

over 1 month ago