Jordan Howard, Matt Breida and the rest of the Dolphins backfield’s roles “haven’t been defined,” said Studesville. “I am exited about what this group can do in 2020.” Studesville also is not giving up on former fourth-round pick Kalen Ballage. Howard reportedly was expected to receive the majority of the goal line work, but based on these recent comments, it has not been defined. He should see enough of a workload to produce solid fantasy value. Howard is 100 percent recovered from a shoulder stinger that sidelined him the majority of the second half in 2019. The 25-year-old should carve out a role in Miami’s backfield, and is currently 31st among all running backs in the latest expert consensus rankings.