WR - FA
Brice Butler caught two of his five targets for 18 yards in the Dolphins' preseason win over the Saints.
Butler is not likely to appear on the final roster and does not figure to contribute for fantasy purposes in 2019, and likely not beyond that.
Brice Butler caught two of his three targets for 18 yards in the Dolphins' preseason loss to the Buccaneers.
Butler does not figure to be a part of the starting rotation this season, and even if he works his way into playing time, he'll be highly unpredictable. He's not worth drafting in fantasy leagues.
Brice Butler caught three of his four targets for 33 yards in the Dolphins' preseason win against the Falcons.
Butler is pretty well buried on the depth chart in Miami, and won't be likely to surface on the fantasy radar in 2019.
Brice Butler caught his only target for a 23-yard touchdown in the Dolphins' Week 14 win over the Patriots.
While he did find the end zone, Butler only saw one target, which should not give fantasy players any confidence in him moving forward. No need to use a waiver claim on Butler this week.
Brice Butler has signed with the Dolphins.
Miami has been hit hard by injuries to its WR corps, and Butler will add depth. He's not fantasy relevant at this point and doesn't figure to see enough volume this season to be worth consideration.