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Jan 7, 2024 1 24 24 0 2
Dec 31, 2023 2 27 19 1 8
Dec 24, 2023 3 42 18 0 4
Dec 17, 2023 2 2 3 0
Dec 11, 2023 2 30 22 0 3
Player Outlook
Wilson Jr. will compete to be the No. 3 receiver in Miami, but even if he wins the job, he has minimal Fantasy value in that role. He had a down year in 2022 with the Dolphins, averaging just 1.2 PPR points per game, and he's never averaged more than 9.2 PPR points per game in a season. This year, Wilson will have to prove he's better than Chosen Anderson, Braxton Berrios and River Cracraft to be the third option behind Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. But even if Wilson is the Dolphins' No. 3 receiver, it's hard to be productive in that role because Miami focuses so much on getting Hill and Waddle the ball. Ignore Wilson on Draft Day in the majority of leagues, and if he starts off playing well or an injury occurs, add him off the waiver wire if needed.

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2023 22 296 13.45 3 0.00 473.1
2022 12 136 11.33 8 8.00 110.7
2021 45 602 13.38 6 11 5.50 945.9
3y Avg. 25 309 12.36 3 2 1.00 422.6
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  • Dolphins' Cedrick Wilson: Decisions coming this offseason

    Wilson secured three of seven targets for 37 yards during Saturday's season-ending wild-card playoff loss to the Chiefs. Wilson drew his highest target total of the 2023 campaign during Miami's sole playoff appearance, capping a stretch run in which his involvement on offense grew, despite lacking a notable uptick in production. Across 15 regular-season appearances, the 28-year-old wideout secured 17 of 38 targets for 296 yards and three touchdowns, better marks across the board than his 2022 season (also 15 games played). Wilson has emerged as a serviceable No. 3 option behind the dynamic duo of Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle, but due to the contract restructure he signed back in August, as Jonathan Jones of CBSSports.com reports, his deal will now void automatically void this offseason. It's possible, though, that Miami could pursue re-signing Wilson to a team-friendly deal.
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  • Dolphins' Cedrick Wilson: Quiet in loss to Bills

    Wilson secured one of three targets for 24 yards during Sunday's 21-14 loss to Buffalo. Wilson failed to make much of his expanded opportunity with Jaylen Waddle (ankle) sidelined versus Buffalo, though he did play a season-high 96 percent of the Dolphins' offensive snaps. Pending Waddle's status for Saturday's wild-card matchup at Kansas City, Wilson could again be called upon to step up as the Dolphins' No. 2 wideout behind Tyreek Hill. Across 15 regular-season appearances in 2023, Wilson turned his 38 targets into 22 catches for 296 yards and three touchdowns.
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  • Dolphins' Cedrick Wilson: Finds end zone on two catches

    Wilson caught two passes for 27 yards and one touchdown on four targets in Sunday's 56-19 loss to the Ravens. It's disappointing that Wilson couldn't draw more targets on a day when Jaylen Waddle (ankle) sat out, especially since the Ravens were without two of their leading corners (Brandon Stephens and Kyle Hamilton). The touchdown salvaged the game somewhat for Wilson, but whenever Waddle is healthy again Wilson will likely be reduced mostly to a blocker again. With that said, it's not clear whether Waddle might return against Buffalo in Week 18.
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  • Dolphins' Cedrick Wilson Jr.: Week 17 Waiver Priority List

    The Dolphins could be without Jaylen Waddle (ankle) in Week 17 at Baltimore, and Wilson could have the chance to help Fantasy managers in deeper leagues. He hasn't done much this season playing behind Tyreek Hill and Waddle, but he could see an expanded role if Waddle is out. It's a tough matchup against the Ravens, but Wilson could become an interesting streaming option in Week 17 against Baltimore.
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  • Dolphins' Cedrick Wilson: Makes impact in narrow win

    Wilson secured three of five targets for 42 yards during Sunday's 22-20 win over Dallas. Wilson tallied his highest yardage total since Week 7, in part due to Jaylen Waddle (shin) exiting in the third quarter. Should Waddle miss any further time, Wilson would stand to handle a more significant role behind Tyreek Hill, who recently dealt with an ankle injury of his own. Wilson could become an interesting streaming option in Week 17 against Baltimore.
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  • Dolphins' Cedrick Wilson: Does little with three targets

    Wilson secured two of three targets for two yards during Sunday's 30-0 win over the Jets. Wilson's lack of production was disappointing considering the presumed opportunity opened up by Tyreek Hill (ankle) missing the game, but unsurprising considering Jaylen Waddle's 8-142-1 line. In all but the deepest of formats, Wilson carries no fantasy value with a Week 16 matchup against the Cowboys coming up.
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  • Dolphins' Cedrick Wilson: Makes two grabs in loss to Titans

    Wilson secured two of four targets for 30 yards during Monday's 28-27 loss to the Titans. Wilson saw his highest target total since Week 11 with Tyreek Hill (ankle) having to spend time on the sideline, but he was once again limited to a quiet performance. Unless Hill ends up missing time, Wilson will not find himself on the fantasy radar Week 15 versus the Jets, except in especially deep formats.
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  • Dolphins' Cedrick Wilson: Quiet in win over Jets

    Wilson wasn't targeted during Friday's 34-13 win over the Jets. Wilson's involvement in the passing game dipped, as he played just 39 percent of offensive snaps with Braxton Berrios back in the lineup. With a road matchup against the Commanders coming up Week 13, Wilson's fantasy utility remains limited to being used an emergency flex options in deep formats.
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  • Dolphins' Cedrick Wilson: Hauls in three passes

    Wilson brought in three of four targets for 23 yards during Sunday's 20-13 win over the Raiders. Wilson and Robbie Chosen split No. 3 receiver reps behind top targets Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle versus Las Vegas. While Wilson had scored in two straight games leading up to Miami's bye, he logged his highest catch total since Week 5 versus the Raiders. It was also just his fourth time this season with at least 20 receiving yards. Wilson stands to handle a similar depth role on the road Friday versus the Jets.
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  • Dolphins' Cedrick Wilson: Scores on only reception

    Wilson secured one of five targets for a 31-yard touchdown during Sunday's 21-14 loss to Kansas City. Wilson has now scored in back-to-back weeks, though his efficiency on five targets left something to be desired Week 9. He did have a key illegal shift penalty that wiped out what would have been a long gain by Tyreek Hill, though, so despite his nose for the end zone, it's still not a guarantee Wilson secures the No. 3 WR job for himself. After a Week 10 bye, Wilson's next chance to make a good impression will come Sunday, Nov. 19 versus the Raiders.
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  • Dolphins' Cedrick Wilson: Scores vs. Pats

    Wilson secured his only target for a one-yard touchdown during Sunday's 31-17 win over the Patriots. Wilson recorded his first touchdown in a Dolphins uniform Sunday, though he played a season-low 29 percent of offensive snaps. He will look to get more involved versus the Chiefs in Germany in Week 9, but with Chase Claypool now also in the mix as a depth wideout, there aren't many snaps to go around behind Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle.
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  • Dolphins' Cedrick Wilson: Finally involved on offense

    Wilson secured all four of his targets for 52 yards during Sunday's 31-16 win over the Giants. Wilson racked up his best yardage total in a Dolphins uniform Week 5, operating as the primary No. 3 wideout behind top dogs Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. Since beginning the 2023 campaign as a healthy scratch in Miami's first two games, Wilson has ramped up his involvement on offense, most recently playing a season-high 54 percent of offensive snaps Sunday. He will look to build on his momentum Week 6 against Carolina.
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  • Dolphins' Cedrick Wilson: Suits up Sunday

    Wilson is active for Sunday's game against the Broncos. With Jaylen Waddle (concussion) out and Erik Ezukanma inactive, Wilson will suit up versus Denver, while Tyreek Hill will lead the Dolphins' Week 3 WR corps. Also in the mix for targets Sunday are Braxton Berrios, River Cracraft and Robbie Chosen.
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  • Dolphins' Cedrick Wilson: Healthy scratch Sunday

    Wilson (coach's decision) has been ruled inactive for Sunday's contest against the Chargers. Wilson agreed to a reworked contract to stick with Miami during the team's final roster cuts, though it appears he'll be passed over for the season opener. In his stead, Erik Ezukanma and River Cracraft will slot in behind starting wideouts Tyreek Hill, Jaylen Waddle and Braxton Berrios. Wilson caught 12 passes on 18 targets across 15 games in 2022, so he doesn't figure to make a significant impact unless there are injuries to Miami's starting wide receiver unit this season.
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  • Dolphins' Cedrick Wilson: Agrees to reworked deal

    Wilson and the Dolphins agreed Tuesday to a reworked contract that will keep him on the roster, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Wilson's name was brought up in trade speculation all offseason, but by agreeing to a reduced salary he earns a chance to prove himself in Miami after his disappointing 2022 campaign. Per Jonathan Jones of CBSSports.com, Wilson is lowering his base salary to $2 million but will get a $3 million signing bonus and incentives that can boost his total salary up to $7.25 million. The restructure frees up roughly $3 million in cap space for Miami, potentially signaling a forthcoming move by the team as the 4 p.m. EDT deadline for Indianapolis to decide whether Jonathan Taylor (ankle) will begin the season on the PUP list -- or trade him to another team to make that decision -- looms.
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  • Dolphins' Cedrick Wilson: Underwhelms in 2022

    Wilson secured 12 of 18 targets for 136 yards without a touchdown across 15 appearances with the Dolphins in 2022. He added eight yards on his lone carry. Wilson fell back to earth after recording a career-best 45-602-6 receiving line with the Cowboys back in 2021, disappointing in the first season of his three-year, $22.8 million contract with the Dolphins. The 26-year-old's bloated contract could make him a potential trade candidate for Miami, as he carries a $7 million base salary for the 2023 campaign. If the Dolphins were to trade Wilson before June 1, the team would save $6 million with a dead-cap hit of just $2 million.
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  • Dolphins' Cedrick Wilson: Ready to go Sunday

    Wilson (hip/groin) is active Sunday against the Bills. Wilson missed Week 18, but he was able to close out the week as a full participant in practice Friday. The veteran receiver should handle the team's punt return work, while also bolstering its depth at receiver against Buffalo.
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  • Dolphins' Cedrick Wilson: Listed as questionable

    Wilson (hip/groin) is questionable for Sunday's wild-card matchup against the Bills, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Wilson was sidelined for Week 18 due to a hip injury he suffered in Week 17, but he returned to practice Wednesday as a limited participant and logged a full session Friday. So, while he's listed as questionable, it appears the Dolphins' punt returner is trending toward suiting up Sunday against Buffalo.
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  • Dolphins' Cedrick Wilson: Returns to practice Wednesday

    Wilson (hip/groin) was limited during Wednesday's practice, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. Wilson returned to practice Wednesday, albeit in a limited fashion, for the first time since he suffered the hip injury in Week 17. He'll have two more chances to practice before Miami needs to make a decision on his status for Sunday's wild-card matchup against Buffalo, though it appears he's trending in the right direction to begin prep.
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  • Dolphins' Cedrick Wilson: Unlikely to play Sunday

    Wilson (hip) is unlikely to play in Week 18 versus the Jets, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Head coach Mike McDaniel said Friday that Wilson will be doubtful to play in the Dolphins' regular-season finale Sunday. The wide receiver will nurse his hip injury as Miami takes on New York in a must-win contest for their playoff hopes. In his absence, Tyreek Hill could take over as the team's primary punt returner.
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