Perry turned his only target into a 25-yard touchdown during Week 17's 56-26 loss to the Bills. Perry only played two offensive snaps during the Dolphins' season finale, but he made the most of his opportunities by connecting with Tua Tagovailoa for a TD pass with 2:47 remaining in the fourth quarter. Of course, by that point, the divisional tilt was well out of hand. The seventh-round selection appeared in nine contests as a rookie, during which span he secured nine of 13 targets for 92 yards and a score, primarily operating out of the slot when he did see the field. Perry also had three carries for five yards.
Perry rushed once for four yards in Sunday's 22-12 win over the Patriots. With DeVante Parker (hamstring) and Jakeem Grant (hamstring) out of the lineup, Perry played 10 snaps on offense, working behind Lynn Bowden, Mack Hollins and Isaiah Ford. The Dolphins could roll with a similar setup in Week 16 against the Raiders, but the return of Parker or Grant could push Perry further out of the rotation.
Perry caught one of two targets for five yards during Sunday's 33-27 loss to the Chiefs. Perry saw expanded opportunities versus the Chiefs, as both DeVante Parker (leg) and Mike Gesicki (shoulder) were forced off the field, but he still didn't contribute much on offense. Instead, Lynn Bowden and Mack Hollins both stepped up to lead Miami's passing attack.
Perry (chest) isn't practicing Wednesday, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports. Perry sat out Sunday's win over the Bengals due to a chest injury sustained Week 12. The wideout's absence from practice to begin Week 14 isn't a promising sign with regard to his chances of suiting up this weekend versus Chiefs, but he'll still have two more opportunities to increase his activity. If Perry sits out another contest, Antonio Callaway, Lynn Bowden and Mack Hollins could see increased opportunities on offense.
Perry (chest) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Bengals. After exiting early in last week's win over the Jets with the chest injury, Perry failed to practice Wednesday before returning to work in a limited capacity Thursday and Friday. Ultimately, he didn't make enough progress for the Dolphins to sign off on him playing Week 13. With Perry out of the mix, Antonio Callaway and Mack Hollins could see more work alongside DeVante Parker and Jakeem Grant in three-wide sets. Rookie Lynn Bowden is the team's other active receiver, and he could also be an option to help replace Perry while also seeing a couple snaps as a Wildcat quarterback.
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