Albert Wilson will sign with Dolphins

by Mike Tagliere | Dolphins Correspondent | Tue, Mar 13th 9:44am EDT

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport is reporting that the Dolphins are agreeing to terms on a three-year deal worth $24 million with wide receiver Albert Wilson. (Ian Rapoport on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact:

After Allen Robinson and Sammy Watkins hit their paydays, Wilson's $24 million seems like a lot of money in this market. Robinson's deal with the Bears is for 3 years and $42 million, so Wilson's agent deserves a lot of credit. He's yet to total more than 554 yards or three touchdowns in a single season, though he was playing in a run-heavy offense and fighting for targets over the middle of the field with Travis Kelce. He's going to take over Jarvis Landry's old role in the offense, which averaged over 140 targets per season over the last four years. Wilson is going to pop-up on the fantasy radar, especially in PPR formats where he should be looked at as a potential WR3 sleeper.

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