Cedrick Wilson Jr.
WR - MIA
This Week Outlook
WR Cedrick Wilson Jr. (ribs) is listed as inactive for the Miami Dolphins on Thursday night ahead of the game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
WR Erik Ezukanma was also deemed inactive, pushing Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle up the priority list. Wilson has not been a big part of Miami's passing offense so far this season, even with its potency. TE Mike Gesicki could also see action in the slot again in the slot. Deeper in the rotation, WRs River Cracraft and Trent Sherfield may see increased action.
Cedrick Wilson (ribs, toe) was limited in practice for the third consecutive day on Friday. He is officially listed as questionable heading into Week 3 against the Buffalo Bills.
Wilson is the Dolphins' No. 3 receiver behind stars Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. As a result, his value is capped and he should be left on waivers in most fantasy football leagues.
Miami WR Cedrick Wilson is active for the Week 2 matchup against Baltimore.
Wilson will slot in as the No. 3 receiver behind Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. With the news that Marcus Peters is back for Baltimore, this looks like a challenging game against a good defense. Wilson is a fringe Flex at best while viable in very deep leagues.
Cedrick Wilson Jr. (toe) is listed as questionable entering Week 2 against the Ravens. He did not practice on Wednesday, then logged limited sessions on Thursday and Friday.
Wilson saw a 47 percent snap share against the Patriots last week, catching two passes for 20 yards. Even if active, he can be left on fantasy waivers due to the strong presence of Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle in the Miami passing game.
Cedrick Wilson (toe) did not participate in Wednesday's practice.
Wilson logged two receptions for 20 yards in his debut with the Dolphins in Week 1. Wilson has a few more days to get practice time in before Miami's Week 2 matchup with Baltimore. If Wilson does not suit up in Week 2, expect Trent Sherfield to slide into the WR3 role in the Dolphins' offense.