Lynn Bowden Jr.
RB - MIA
Week 13 Outlook
The Dolphins activated RB Lynn Bowden Jr. from the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Bowden is set to return to practice on Thursday. Even in a banged up Miami backfield, Bowden is nothing more than a deep dynasty stash at the moment.
The Dolphins placed Lynn Bowden Jr. on the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday.
Bowden was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday and will not play in Sunday's game against the Cardinals. He either tested positive or came in close contact to someone who was infected. The Dolphins will be without Myles Gaskin, Matt Breida and Bowden on Sunday, leaving Jordan Howard and Patrick as Miami's only healthy running backs for Week 9. Newly acquired DeAndre Washington is ineligible to play on Sunday. With Gaskins and Breida dealing with injuries, Bowden could have an increased role once he is activated from reserve/COVID-19 list.
Dolphins running back/wide receiver Lynn Bowden Jr. is inactive for the team's Week 3 matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday Night Football.
Bowden was drafted by the Las Vegas Raiders but was traded to the Dolphins shortly before the start of the season. He was inactive for Week 1 before seeing the field and catching one pass for negative yardage in a Week 2 loss to the Bills. Bowden is a long-term project for the Dolphins who has value in dynasty formats, but it might be a while before he produces.
Rookie RB Lynn Bowden Jr. will be active and make his NFL debut for the Dolphins in Week 2 vs. the Bills.
The Kentucky rookie was traded by the Raiders just before the season started. He was inactive in Week 1 as he was brand new to the Dolphins, but he got enough work in this week to play against the Bills. There’s no telling how he’ll be deployed, but he should be fun to watch nonetheless.
Dolphins rookie WR Lynn Bowden Jr. is officially inactive Week 1 vs. the Patriots.
Bowden Jr. joined the Dolphins very recently via a trade with the Raiders, so its no surprise to see him inactive for Week 1. Hopefully the offensive weapon can learn the offense enough in time for Week 2.