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Miami Dolphins roster cuts, updates following 2022 training camp

NFL training camp is underway and rosters will be pared down to the 53-player maximum. We’ll break down the moves as the Miami Dolphins sort out their roster decisions.

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It should be an exciting autumn for the Miami Dolphins, at least on offense. Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle make for an appealing WR combo; now can QB Tua Tagovailoa make it all work? They have +475 odds to win the AFC East according to DraftKings Sportsbook, well behind the Bills (-240). But there is real optimism that Miami can reach the postseason for the first time since 2016.

Fantasy managers have their eyes on the Dolphins’ backfield in training camp. Miami has four notable names — presumed starter Chase Edmonds, Raheem Mostert coming back from a season-ending injury and Myles Gaskin, who started 10 games last year and has been with the franchise since coming into the league in 2019. Will they all survive the team’s final cuts?

Here, we’ll keep track of roster cuts for the Dolphins and what it means for the betting and fantasy football landscape ahead of the 2022 NFL season.

Dolphins roster news

Notable names

  • WR Preston Williams

The Dolphins couldn’t find a trade partner for Williams, but he will find a new team now that he’s been released. He has talent.

  • Sony Michel

The Dolphins released Michel on Monday evening and are down to their three running backs. Chase Edmonds and Raheem Mostert are expected to get the bulk of the work with Myles Gaskin also working in.

  • Mohamed Sanu

The 10-year vet signed with the Dolphins in July. He hasn’t carried any real fantasy significance since 2019.

PUP/NFI list

  • CB Byron Jones

Jones will miss at least the first four games of the season.

Full list of roster cuts

August 30

  • RB Gerrid Doaks
  • RB Sony Michel
  • RB ZaQuandre White
  • WR Lynn Bowden
  • WR River Cracraft
  • WR DeVonte Dedmon
  • WR Preston Williams
  • WR Braylon Sanders
  • WR Mohamed Sanu
  • OT Larnel Coleman
  • OT Kion Smith
  • OL Blaise Andries
  • OL Cole Banwart
  • OL Kellen Diesch
  • OL Solomon Kindley
  • OL Adam Pankey
  • DT Benito Jones
  • DT Niles Scott
  • DT Ben Stille
  • DL Jordan Williams
  • DL Owen Carney Jr.
  • LB Cameron Goode
  • LB Porter Gustin
  • LB Darius Hodge
  • LB Deandre Johnson
  • CB Tino Ellis
  • CB Elijah Hamilton
  • CB D’Angelo Ross
  • CB Quincy Wilson
  • S Verone McKinley III
  • S Sheldrick Redwine
  • P Sterling Hofrichter

Initial 53-man roster

Quarterbacks (3)

  • Teddy Bridgewater
  • Tua Tagovailoa
  • Skylar Thompson

Running backs (4)

  • Salvon Ahmed
  • Chase Edmonds
  • Myles Gaskin
  • Raheem Mostert

Fullback (1)

  • Alec Ingold

Tight ends (5)

  • Cethan Carter
  • Tanner Conner
  • Mike Gesicki
  • Hunter Long
  • Durham Smythe

Wide receivers (5)

  • Erik Ezukanma
  • Tyreek Hill
  • Trent Sherfield
  • Jaylen Waddle
  • Cedrick Wilson, Jr.

Offensive linemen (8)

  • Terron Armstead
  • Michael Deiter
  • Liam Eichenberg
  • Robert Hunt
  • Austin Jackson
  • Robert Jones
  • Greg Little
  • Connor Williams

Defensive linemen (5)

  • Raekwon Davis
  • John Jenkins
  • Emmanuel Ogbah
  • Zach Sieler
  • Christian Wilkins

Linebackers (9)

  • Jerome Baker
  • Sam Eguavoen
  • Trey Flowers
  • Melvin Ingram
  • Jaelan Phillips
  • Duke Riley
  • Elandon Roberts
  • Channing Tindall
  • Andrew Van Ginkel

Cornerbacks (5)

  • Xavien Howard
  • Noah Igbinoghene
  • Kader Kohou
  • Nik Needham
  • Keion Crossen

Safeties (5)

  • Elijah Campbell
  • Clayton Fejedelem
  • Jevon Holland
  • Brandon Jones
  • Eric Rowe

Punter (1)

  • Thomas Morstead

Kicker (1)

  • Jason Sanders

Long Snapper (1)

  • Blake Ferguson