Posted: 5/29/2020 10:57 pm UTC
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson appears to be the leading candidate for the slot receiver job this upcoming season.
Huddle Up: Wilson has dealt with injuries over the last several season and finished 2019 with 351 yards and one touchdown. He could be a reliable target in the passing game if he can stay healthy but probably is not more than a late round pick in fantasy drafts.
Posted: 5/29/2020 1:39 am UTC
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson is one of several Dolphins players working out with longtime trainer Pete Bommarito this offseason, and Bommarito says it has been Wilson's best. 'Wait until you see him run,' Bommarito said. 'This is the fastest I have seen him. Not only does he have that bad-ass shifty side and quick feet, but you look at his second gear and he looks spectacular. You will see the second gear this year.'
Huddle Up: Wilson caught 43 of 62 targets for 351 yards and one touchdown across 13 games in 2019 after being limited to just seven games in 2018. He'd likely benefit from rookie QB Tua Tagovailoa getting the starting nod, as he would be the safety blanket in a pass-heavy offense.
Posted: 5/05/2020 12:16 pm UTC
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson restructured his contract Tuesday, May 5, which is now worth a base value of $3 million with $1 million more in potential incentives.
Posted: 1/24/2020 9:20 pm UTC
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson likely will be asked to restructure his contract this offseason if he wants to remain with the team. The Dolphins would save $9.5 million in salary cap space if they release Wilson.
Huddle Up: Wilson had a disappointing 2019 season with 351 yards and one touchdown. The Dolphins likely will look to upgrade at the position so Wilson probably would drop down the depth chart if he stays. He probably can be avoided in fantasy leagues next season.
Posted: 1/14/2020 3:33 am UTC
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson is scheduled to count $10.833 million against the 2020 salary cap and carries a dead-cap charge of $1.333, making him a possible cut for the Dolphins.
Huddle Up: Wilson has struggled with hip injuries the past two seasons and is not a viable 2020 fantasy option after failing to capitalize on possessing traits and an opportunity that could have put him on the map.
Posted: 12/23/2019 1:20 am UTC
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson ended up with seven receptions for 79 yards on seven targets in Week 16 against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Huddle Up: Wilson has been a decent PPR option at times, but he has had a tough time staying healthy. He'll be a player to watch heading into 2020 because of his high volume of receptions.
Posted: 12/19/2019 11:19 pm UTC
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson (hip) was upgraded to a full participant at practice Thursday, Dec. 19.
Huddle Up: Wilson hit season-highs with eight targets and 59 receiving yards last week, but he caught just one pass for five yards the week before. He shouldn't be an option in any fantasy format.
Posted: 12/16/2019 12:18 am UTC
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson posted five grabs for 59 yards on eight targets in Week 15 against the New York Giants.
Huddle Up: Wilson led the team in receptions while tying for the most targets (M. Gesicki). He is worth a look as a low-end WR4 op flex fantasy option in Week 16 against the Bengals in deeper PPR leagues, with lesser appeal in standard play.
Posted: 12/14/2019 10:57 pm UTC
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson (concussion) cleared the NFL's concussion protocol Saturday, Dec. 14, and is expected to be available for the game Sunday, Dec. 15, against the New York Giants.
Huddle Up: Wilson hasn't reached the end zone since Week 8 and he hasn't topped 33 receiving yards in a single game this season. He isn't a fantasy consideration in anything but the deepest of leagues, even in the great Week 15 matchup.
Posted: 12/13/2019 7:41 pm UTC
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson (concussion) fully participated in practice Friday, Dec. 13, and is listed as questionable for Week 15.
Huddle Up: Positive news that Wilson was able to close the practice week with a full workout, but he still must be cleared from the league's concussion protocol. Even if he does, he's only a deeper-league WR3/flex option, particularly if fellow WR DeVante Parker also gets a green light.