TE - FA
Week 17 Outlook
Clive Walford caught one of his three targets for 10 yards in the Dolphins' preseason loss to the Buccaneers.
Walford does not figure to see much playing time, and even then, should not be too active in the passing game. Leave him off the draft board for 2019.
Clive Walford caught both of his targets for 32 yards in the Dolphins' preseason win over the Falcons.
Walford won't carry fantasy value even if he is the TE1 in Miami. He doesn't have the receiving upside of Mike Gesicki, but Walford could get playing time anyway. Avoid him in fantasy drafts.
Clive Walford has reached an agreement with the Miami Dolphins on a one year contract.
Walford will not be fantasy relevant in 2019 unless there are several injuries ahead of him. The Dolphins spent a second-round pick on Mike Gesicki and recently signed Dwayne Allen to be their No. 2 TE. Walford will compete for a reserve role in Miami.
Clive Walford couldn't bring in his lone target against the Giants on Friday.
Walford has an opportunity to fill the void left by Austin Sefarian-Jenkins, but he didn't exactly do anything to help his chances on Friday. Ignore him for fantasy purposes at the moment, as there are plenty of better options, even in deeper leagues.
Woefully short on tight ends after losing Austin Seferian-Jenkins to the Jaguars, the New York Jets claimed former 2015 third-round tight end Clive Walford off of waivers from Oakland. Walford was released by the Raiders on March 27th after catching just nine passes and accumulating 80 receiving yards for Oakland in 2017.
The Jets were woefully short on tight ends, with in-line blocker Eric Tomlinson sitting atop the depth chart. Walford caught 61 passes for 688 yards and six touchdowns in his first two seasons with the Raiders and showed some promise as a pass-catcher to go along with his size. Walford has an excellent chance at winning the starting job out of training camp and could be an interesting late-round sleeper, especially if the Jets end up giving a rookie quarterback starts in 2018.