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Miami Dolphins

Stadium: Hard Rock Stadium | Coach: Adam Gase
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense15th120.0 (9th)229.6 (23rd)
Defense22nd135.6 (30th)231.4 (10th)

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Dolphins' Bacarri Rambo: Signed by Dolphins
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Rambo was signed by the Dolphins on Wednesday.

Rambo enters his fourth season in the league after a 2015 campaign with the Bills in which he appeared in 15 games and racked up 58 tackles (44 solo), one sack, one interception, six passes defensed, and two forced fumbles. He figures to serve as Walt Aikens' backup at strong safety.

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Dolphins' Kenyan Drake: Silent against Buffalo
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Drake was held touchless in Sunday's win over Buffalo.

It was the second consecutive game in which Drake failed to get his hands on the ball. He's seen just three offensive snaps during that span and has been relegated to more of a special teams role. Arian Foster's retirement could open up opportunities on offense for the rookie, but - after consecutive 200-yard games - it would be a surprise for Miami's coaching staff not to ride Jay Ajayi's train for as long as they are able.

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Dolphins' MarQueis Gray: Uninvolved in passing game despite starting
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Gray started at tight end Sunday against the Bills and played on 62 of the Dolphins' 73 offensive snaps, but failed to receive a target in the passing game.

With both Jordan Cameron and Dion Sims sidelined with concussions, Gray was unable to follow up his career day from Week 6, when he logged 81 receiving yards across three receptions. Instead, he was almost exclusively utilized as an in-line blocker to open lanes for RB Jay Ajayi, who rumbled for over 200 yards for a second consecutive week. The former college quarterback will now get a week to rest with the Dolphins' bye on deck in Week 8.

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Dolphins' Damien Williams: Scores in consecutive games
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Williams carried four times for 16 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Bills, but failed to bring in his only target in the passing game.

Williams likely only received the goal-line carry that led to his touchdown because newly-established bell cow Jay Ajayi exited the game with cramps. However, with teammate Arian Foster's abrupt retirement, Williams appears in line to assume No. 2 running back duties for the Dolphins, which may lead to increased opportunities for the remainder of the season, provided he can continue to hold off rookie Kenyan Drake.

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Arian Foster: Announces retirement
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Foster announced his retirement from the NFL on Monday, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reports

Foster has decided to call it a career in the middle of his eighth season in the league. The 30-year-old has seen his production dip over the last year and a half while struggling to stay on the field. Foster released a statement declaring he is "walking away with peace," adding that his body no longer can "take the punishment this game asks for." Foster spent his first seven seasons with the Texans before landing with the Dolphins this past offseason. He was an undrafted rookie in 2009 but quickly rose to full-fledged superstardom by 2010 when he led the league in rushing yards, rushing touchdowns, scrimmage yards and total touchdowns. Foster was a consistent force when healthy the next four years -- only slowed down by a slew of nagging lower-body injuries. He'll retire with 6,527 rushing yards, 2,346 receiving yards and 68 touchdowns in only 80 career games.

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