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Head Coach
Brian Flores
Offensive Coordinator
Chad O'Shea
Defensive Coordinator
Special Teams Coach
Danny Crossman
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Health Still Up in the Air For Kenyan Drake

Dealing with a foot injury suffered in practice last week, Kenyan Drake missed the Dolphin's second preseason game as expected and will likely miss the rest of the preseason as well. While Drake is expected to be ready for the start of the season, no exact timetable is set for his return. Drake is currently being drafted in the sixth round with a 72 ADP in NFBC and his owners can only wait to see how this injury shakes out, and hope that they had enough foresight to draft his backup Kalen Ballage.

Kalen Ballage is De Facto Starter in Miami

Miami backup running back Kalen Ballage is now considered the starter in Miami's backfield until further notice, with starter Kenyan Drake still without a timetable to return from the foot injury he suffered in practice last week. With Drake likely to miss at least the rest of the preseason, Ballage sat out the Dolphin's second preseason game as a precaution. Even before the injury to Drake, Ballage had been impressive in training camp, getting an equal amount of work with the first-team. With a 101 ADP in the NFBC, owners that passed on the Drake for the upside of Ballage could be rewarded if Drake is unable to play in Week One.

Kenny Stills Catches Two in Loss to Buccaneers

Perennially underrated, Dolphin's wide receiver Kenny Stills caught two of his three targets for 16 yards in a 16-14 preseason loss to Tampa Bay on Friday. With a 172 ADP in NFBC, Stills is the 67th wide receiver being taken, which is just a few spots after teammate Devante Parker. Stills was a top-30 WR in 2016 and 2017 and was still the #52 WR last year after a disappointing Dolphins season, catching only 37 passes for 538 yards and six touchdowns.

Albert Wilson Unlikely to Play in Thursday's Game

Still recovering from offseason hip surgery, Miami wide receiver Albert Wilson is unlikely to play in the Dolphin's third preseason game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Still not ready for live-action, Wilson should move up to participating in 11-on-11 drills in the next few days and is still seen as being on track to be ready for the Dolphin's regular-season opener against the Ravens. A popular sleeper after flashing his big-play ability last year, Wilson has a 218 ADP in NFBC and could return big value; but only if Miami can figure out their quarterback play, as neither Ryan Fitzpatrick or Josh Rosen have impressed so far.

Ryan Fitzpatrick Being Treated Like The Starter

Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores said that quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick should start the third preseason game, and the head coach has continually praised Fitzpatrick's leadership, intelligence, decision-making and work in meetings. Josh Rosen has been chided for his body language, holding the ball too long and getting the team in and out of the huddle. Rosen has seen his moments in the preseason and should start some games in 2019, but it's looking like the veteran Fitz might get the first crack in Week 1. On this rebuilding team, neither Fitzpatrick nor Rosen should be seen as an attractive QB2.

19 hours ago