Miami Dolphins Team Lineup 2023/24
|De'Von Achane||28||RB||21||5' 9"||188 lbs||Rookie|
|Salvon Ahmed||26||RB||24||5' 11"||197 lbs||4|
|Terron Armstead||72||OT||32||6' 5"||305 lbs||11|
|Braxton Berrios||0||WR||27||5' 9"||190 lbs||6|
|Nick Bowers||88||TE||27||6' 4"||260 lbs||2|
|Chris Brooks||35||RB||23||6' 1"||219 lbs||Rookie|
|Robbie Chosen||3||WR||30||6' 3"||185 lbs||8|
|Tanner Conner||80||TE||25||6' 3"||232 lbs||2|
|Lester Cotton||66||G||27||6' 4"||335 lbs||2|
|River Cracraft||85||WR||28||6' 0"||198 lbs||5|
|Daewood Davis||87||WR||24||6' 1"||196 lbs||Rookie|
|Liam Eichenberg||74||OT||25||6' 5"||306 lbs||3|
|Darrynton Evans||37||RB||25||5' 10"||203 lbs||4|
|Erik Ezukanma||18||WR||23||6' 2"||206 lbs||2|
|Julian Hill||89||TE||23||6' 4"||247 lbs||Rookie|
|Tyreek Hill||10||WR||29||5' 10"||191 lbs||8|
|Chasen Hines||63||G||23||6' 3"||320 lbs||2|
|Robert Hunt||68||OT||27||6' 6"||335 lbs||4|
|Alec Ingold||30||FB||27||6' 1"||235 lbs||5|
|Austin Jackson||73||G||24||6' 5"||320 lbs||4|
|Robert Jones||65||G||24||6' 4"||334 lbs||3|
|Tyler Kroft||82||TE||30||6' 6"||252 lbs||9|
|Kendall Lamm||70||OT||31||6' 5"||310 lbs||8|
|Raheem Mostert||31||RB||31||5' 10"||205 lbs||9|
|Braylon Sanders||86||WR||24||6' 1"||190 lbs||1|
|Kion Smith||71||OT||24||6' 5"||311 lbs||1|
|Durham Smythe||81||TE||28||6' 6"||246 lbs||6|
|Tua Tagovailoa||1||QB||25||6' 1"||217 lbs||4|
|Skylar Thompson||6||QB||26||6' 2"||219 lbs||2|
|James Tunstall||79||OT||23||6' 7"||310 lbs||Rookie|
|Alama Uluave||62||C||24||6' 2"||308 lbs||Rookie|
|Jaylen Waddle||17||WR||24||5' 10"||182 lbs||3|
|Raleigh Webb||83||WR||25||6' 2"||212 lbs||2|
|Mike White||14||QB||28||6' 5"||218 lbs||5|
|Connor Williams||58||G||26||6' 5"||317 lbs||6|
|Cedrick Wilson Jr.||11||WR||28||6' 2"||197 lbs||6|
|Jeff Wilson Jr.||23||RB||26||6' 0"||213 lbs||6|
|Isaiah Wynn||77||OT||27||6' 2"||310 lbs||6|
|Eli Apple||33||CB||28||6' 1"||203 lbs||8|
|Jerome Baker||55||LB||26||6' 2"||225 lbs||6|
|Justin Bethel||20||CB||33||6' 0"||195 lbs||12|
|Ethan Bonner||38||CB||23||6' 1"||186 lbs||Rookie|
|Elijah Campbell||22||S||28||5' 11"||195 lbs||4|
|Bradley Chubb||2||LB||27||6' 4"||275 lbs||6|
|Keion Crossen||27||CB||27||5' 10"||195 lbs||6|
|Raekwon Davis||98||DT||26||6' 7"||335 lbs||4|
|DeShon Elliott||21||S||26||6' 1"||210 lbs||6|
|Cameron Goode||53||LB||25||6' 3"||245 lbs||1|
|Da'Shawn Hand||93||DT||27||6' 3"||297 lbs||6|
|Jevon Holland||8||S||23||6' 1"||210 lbs||3|
|Xavien Howard||25||CB||30||6' 1"||203 lbs||8|
|Alexander Johnson||59||LB||31||6' 2"||255 lbs||5|
|Brandon Jones||29||S||25||6' 1"||191 lbs||4|
|Kelvin Joseph||9||CB||22||6' 1"||192 lbs||3|
|Joshua Kalu||42||S||28||6' 0"||203 lbs||5|
|Kader Kohou||4||CB||24||5' 10"||195 lbs||2|
|Rashard Lawrence||97||DT||25||6' 2"||308 lbs||4|
|David Long Jr.||51||LB||26||5' 11"||227 lbs||5|
|Verone McKinley III||32||S||23||5' 10"||195 lbs||2|
|Nik Needham||40||CB||26||6' 1"||196 lbs||5|
|Parry Nickerson||34||CB||28||5' 10"||179 lbs||4|
|Emmanuel Ogbah||91||DE||29||6' 4"||278 lbs||8|
|Jaelan Phillips||15||LB||24||6' 5"||263 lbs||3|
|Brandon Pili||96||DT||24||6' 3"||316 lbs||Rookie|
|Jalen Ramsey||5||CB||28||6' 1"||208 lbs||8|
|Duke Riley||45||LB||29||6' 1"||227 lbs||7|
|Zach Sieler||92||DT||28||6' 6"||305 lbs||6|
|Cam Smith||24||CB||22||6' 1"||180 lbs||Rookie|
|Channing Tindall||41||LB||23||6' 2"||232 lbs||2|
|Andrew Van Ginkel||43||LB||28||6' 4"||242 lbs||5|
|Christian Wilkins||94||DT||27||6' 4"||310 lbs||5|
|Chase Winovich||50||DE||28||6' 3"||251 lbs||5|
|Jake Bailey||16||P||26||6' 2"||205 lbs||5|
|Jason Sanders||7||PK||27||5' 11"||190 lbs||6|
The 2022 NFL season took Miami Dolphins fans on an exhilarating journey. They witnessed a triumphant start with a stunning comeback against the Baltimore Ravens and a tense showdown with the Buffalo Bills. Amidst this, quarterback Tua Tagovailoa faced a distressing concussion during a Thursday Night Football game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Yet, Tagovailoa made a triumphant return, setting the league ablaze and becoming a contender for the Most Valuable Player (MVP) Award.
As optimism bloomed, the team’s fortunes wavered. Defeats in California and another close loss to the Bills dimmed the prospects. A season-ending concussion struck Tagovailoa again, marked by three fourth-quarter interceptions in a defeat to the Packers. Remarkably, the team ended with a winning record and made it to the NFL Playoffs, a first since 2016. The Dolphins almost pulled off a historic upset as rookie seventh-round quarterback Skylar Thompson fell just three points short of defeating the Buffalo Bills in the Wild Card round.
After the whirlwind of 2022, anticipation runs high for 2023 among Miami Dolphins enthusiasts. Football and betting experts predict a promising future under head coach Mike McDaniel’s leadership. The team has made improvements and navigated key departures that could influence the upcoming season. For those eyeing financial gains, there might be opportunities to capitalize on the team’s success.
Notable Departures From The Dolphins Roster in 2023
Tight end Mike Gesicki, who spent his initial five NFL seasons with the Miami Dolphins after being drafted by them in the second round of the 2018 NFL Draft, has moved on to the New England Patriots during this offseason. Gesicki made significant contributions to Miami, accumulating 231 receptions, 2,617 yards, and 18 touchdowns during his tenure. However, his playing time and targets decreased following Mike McDaniel’s arrival as well as the acquisition of All-Pro wide receiver Tyreek Hill. The Dolphins are likely to rely on Durham Smythe, Gesicki’s fellow 2018 draft-class member in the tight end position, to step into the starting role for 2023.
Linebacker Elandon Roberts, began his career with the New England Patriots and became a key figure for the Dolphins from 2020, securing a starting position for three consecutive seasons. Over this period, Roberts achieved an impressive 251 tackles, with 107 in the single year of 2022. Additionally, he contributed with 24 tackles for loss and seven quarterback sacks. Roberts opted for a new journey, signing a two-year, $7 million contract with the Pittsburgh Steelers this offseason.
Defensive back Eric Rowe, (who played college football at Utah, and has played in the NFL for the Philadelphia Eagles) joined the Dolphins in 2019, spending four seasons with the team has departed to join the Carolina Panthers in the current offseason.
Signing a one-year contract valued slightly above $1.3 million, Rowe played an active role in 63 games for Miami. He intercepted three passes and forced six fumbles during his time there. Known by some as the “tight end eraser,” Rowe often took on the task of covering opposing tight ends for extended periods during games.
Notable Additions To the Dolphins Roster for 2023
In a bold move demonstrating his flair for risk-taking, Miami Dolphins’ general manager Chris Grier orchestrated a daring trade this offseason to acquire All-Pro defensive back Jalen Ramsey. Grier’s mastery shone through as he clinched a remarkable deal, sending a mere third-round pick and backup tight end Hunter Long to the Los Angeles Rams in exchange for one of the league’s premier talents.
Ramsey’s grand entrance into the Dolphins lineup has been postponed due to an unfortunate torn meniscus suffered during the first week of training camp. Aiming to bounce back, Ramsey will undergo surgery, and while the optimistic outlook places his return within six to eight weeks, a potential return in December is on the cards. With seven NFL seasons under his belt, Ramsey boasts six Pro Bowl selections and three All-Pro distinctions. Although some contend that his prime might be waning at nearly 29 years old, his adaptability ensures that even if he’s lost a step, as critics argue, he will remain a pivotal force for Miami upon his return.
In a remarkable departure from their recent draft history, the Miami Dolphins opted for a running back as early as the third round in the 2023 NFL Draft. With the 84th overall pick, they secured De’Von Achane from Texas A&M. Achane’s arrival in the league follows a college career marked by astonishing achievements. The speedster amassed an impressive 2,376 rushing yards from 369 attempts, averaging 6.4 yards per carry. His versatility was evident in the passing game, capturing 65 receptions for 554 yards during his tenure at Texas A&M. A total of 26 touchdowns via ground and air further underscored his impact. As he navigates Miami’s depth chart alongside Raheem Mostert and Jeff Wilson Jr., anticipation mounts around how head coach Mike McDaniel will deploy this exciting new talent in 2023.
After an offseason marked by uncertainty surrounding his decision, esteemed defensive strategist and former Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio ultimately embraced the Miami Dolphins’ vacant defensive coordinator role. Fangio’s mere presence instills a transformational influence, with his defensive scheme and coaching prowess consistently elevating players and propelling his teams to lofty ranks across various defensive categories. The ascent of rising stars such as Jaelan Phillips, Jevon Holland, Bradley Chubb, and Kader Kohou is eagerly anticipated, as Fangio’s guidance is poised to facilitate significant progress and impact.