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| Tanehill to get some work during OTAs?|
Miami QB coming off back-to-back ACL injuries
By: Mike Krueger | Tue May 15, 7:20 pm
|Miami Dolphins doctors, coaches and Ryan Tannehill will meet this week to decide how much work the quarterback will do during the onfield "organized team activity" sessions that begin next Tuesday and run into mid-June.
According to Dolphins sources the expectation is Tannehill - who missed the final month of 2016 with a partially torn ACL and all of last season when he further tore the same ligament - will be able to participate in the OTAs with little or no limitations.
FFToday's Take: Tanehill may get some work but it won't be surprising they limit his action when the team begins work on the field next Tuesday. Tanehill got a taste of Adam Gase's system in 2016 and has viable weapons at the skill positions (DeVante Parker, Danny Amendola, Kenny Stills) to not embarrass himself in the fantasy department. He should be considered a mid-range QB2 heading into the summer.
|Dolphins add another WR, Amendola to sign|
Dolphins nab Patriots wide receiver
By: Mike Krueger | Tue Mar 13, 1:45 pm
|Danny Amendola is staying in the AFC East... expected to sign with Miami Dolphins per source. (Dan Hellie on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: The Dolphins cornering the market on slot receivers. Kenny Stills played in the slot last year, Albert Wilson signed, now Amendola. Updated receiving corps: DeVante Parker, Stills, Wilson, Amendola, and Jakeem Grant. This move muddies the waters for fantasy owners unless we get some clearly defined roles prior to Week 1.
|Dolphins replace Landry with Albert Wilson|
Three-year, $24 million
By: Mike Krueger | Tue Mar 13, 10:00 am
|Albert Wilson will sign with the Dolphins when free agency begins Wednesday afternoon, NFL Network first reported. The contract details: three years, $24 million. That brings him to Miami at half the price of Jarvis Landry, the three-time Pro Bowler Wilson will be asked to replace.
FFToday's Take: Landry is headed to Cleveland via trade leaving a boatload of targets available in the Dolphins' offense. While it's difficult to imagine Miami making Wilson the focus of their passing game he should see an uptick in production from Kansas City where he was battling Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce for targets. DeVante Parker, Kenny Stills and Jakeem Grant are currently the top three wideout options in Miami.