Player Outlook
Robbie Chosen, formerly named Chosen Anderson, formerly named Robbie Anderson, formerly named Robby Anderson joined the Dolphins in the offseason. He was not chosen to make Miami's initial 53-man roster, and he can be left on the waiver wire until he finds a new team and is in line for meaningful playing time.

Fantasy Stats

receiving rushing fantasy
Year rec
Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2022 20 282 14.10 1 0.00 322
2021 53 519 9.79 5 36 12.00 844.9
3y Avg. 56 632 11.29 3 17 8.50 805

Fantasy News

  • Dolphins' Robbie Chosen: Called up to active roster

    The Dolphins elevated Chosen to the active roster Saturday. The move corresponds with Jaylen Waddle (concussion) ruled out of Sunday's contest against the Broncos. Chosen was cut by the Dolphins on Aug. 29 but he opted to join their practice squad on Sept. 4. He played for the Cardinals and Panthers last season and registered 20 catches for 282 yards and a touchdown in 16 games.
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  • Robbie Chosen: Joins practice squad

    Chosen signed with the Dolphins' practice squad Monday, Hal Habib of The Palm Beach Post reports. Chosen spent training camp with the Dolphins, but he was ultimately unable to secure a spot on the team's 53-man roster. However, the 30-year-old will get another opportunity with the franchise and will try to work his way to the active roster from the practice squad.
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  • Robbie Chosen: Can't stick with Dolphins

    Miami is slated to release Chosen on Tuesday, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports. The 30-year-old wideout failed to differentiate himself in a competition for a roster spot with the likes of River Cracraft, Braxton Berrios and Cedrick Wilson, the latter of whom agreed to a restructured contract Tuesday. Chosen combined for just 282 receiving yards across 16 games between the Cardinals and Panthers last season, and he wasn't productive in preseason action for the Dolphins. Even if he lands a reserve role elsewhere, he figures to remain off the fantasy radar except in the deepest of leagues.
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  • Dolphins' Robbie Chosen: Plays in preseason win

    Chosen (undisclosed) failed to secure his only target during Saturday's preseason win over Houston. Chosen missed Miami's preseason opener with an undisclosed injury, but he's now back to full health. The veteran wideout's lone target came from backup quarterback Skylar Thompson in the second quarter, in a game where 10 players successfully recorded a catch for Miami. The Dolphins' competition at No. 3 wideout is still open, but both Braxton Berrios and Cedrick Wilson have been more productive than Chosen so far this preseason.
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  • Dolphins' Robbie Chosen: Dealing with injury

    Coach Mike McDaniel said Chosen didn't play in Friday's 19-3 preseason defeat to the Falcons due to an undisclosed injury, Marcel Louis-Jacques of reports. In his first chance to suit up for the Dolphins, Chosen was held out along with Tyreek Hill, Jaylen Waddle (midsection) and Braylon Sanders (lower body). Meanwhile, fellow WR Braxton Berrios departed early due to an unknown health concern of his own. As a result, Miami's healthy wide receivers at the moment are Hill, Cedrick Wilson, River Cracraft and Erik Ezukanma, among others.
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  • Dolphins' Robbie Anderson: Agrees to deal with Miami

    Anderson and the Dolphins agreed to terms on a contract Saturday, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. Anderson was released by Arizona following the 2022 campaign after catching just seven of 17 targets for 76 yards over 10 appearances with the Cardinals. He started the season with Carolina, where he posted 13 receptions on 27 targets for 206 yards and one score. The speedster had a career-high 1,096 receiving yards in 2020, but he's struggled to replicate that type of production since. He's not guaranteed anything in Miami, but if he's able to get back to his 2020 form, he could carve out a solid role behind Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle.
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  • Robbie Anderson: Cut by Arizona

    Arizona released Anderson on Wednesday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. This move was expected after Anderson struggled to produce for the Cardinals after coming over in a midseason deal with the Panthers back in October. Over his 10 appearances for Arizona, Anderson tallied seven receptions for 76 yards and no touchdowns on 17 targets. Anderson's release clears $12 million in cap space for Arizona.
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  • Cardinals' Robbie Anderson: Expected to be released by Arizona

    NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Cardinals are expected to release Anderson. This is a no-brainer mover for new Cardinals GM Monti Ossenfort. Acquired from the Panthers in Week 7 last season, Anderson ended up catching seven passes for 76 scoreless yards across 10 games for Arizona. Releasing Anderson will save the Cardinals $12 million in cap space.
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  • Cardinals' Robbie Anderson: Ruled out for Week 18

    Anderson (back) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the 49ers, Tyler Drake of reports. The 29-year-old wideout played 10 games for Arizona after an October trade, catching seven of 17 targets for 76 yards while mostly serving as the team's fourth or fifth wide receiver. Anderson will need to accept a pay cut to have any shot at sticking with the team, as his current contract calls for a non-guaranteed $8.8 million base salary and $3 million roster bonus in 2023, the final year of the deal. He'll be a free agent if/when the Cardinals release him.
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  • Cardinals' Robbie Anderson: Not practicing Thursday

    Anderson (back) wasn't spotted on the field during Thursday's practice, Josh Weinfuss of reports. With consecutive absences from practice to begin Week 18 prep, Anderson doesn't appear to be in a good spot as Sunday's game in San Francisco approaches. Unless Anderson can fit in some on-field activity Friday, he could be ruled out upon the release of the Cardinals' final Week 18 injury report. If Anderson is sidelined for the season finale, a few extra snaps could be opened up for A.J. Green and/or Andre Baccellia.
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  • Cardinals' Robbie Anderson: Sits out Wednesday

    Anderson (back) didn't take part in Wednesday's walk-through practice, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. With DeAndre Hopkins (knee) out for Week 18 and Rondale Moore (groin) and Antoine Wesley (groin) on injured reserve, the Cardinals wide receivers that are available Sunday at San Francisco may be busy. Having said that, Anderson isn't able to practice to begin the week due to the back injury that forced an early exit from this past Sunday's defeat in Atlanta. In the end, he has two more sessions to turn the tide as it pertains to his availability this coming weekend.
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  • Cardinals' Robbie Anderson: Ruled out of Sunday's game

    Anderson (back) won't return to Sunday's contest in Atlanta. Anderson's Week 17 was abbreviated due to a back injury, resulting in one catch (on one target) for 13 yards. With DeAndre Hopkins (knee) inactive and Rondale Moore (groin) and Antoine Wesley (quadriceps) on IR, Marquise Brown, Greg Dortch, A.J. Green, Pharoh Cooper and Andre Baccellia are the available wide receivers on the Cardinals' active roster.
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  • Cardinals' Robbie Anderson: Questionable to return Sunday

    Anderson is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Falcons with a back injury. Anderson caught his lone target for 13 yards before exiting Sunday's contest. While the nature and severity of this back issue are still unclear, the 29-year-old was seen heading to the locker room before the end of the first half, according to Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site. With No. 1 wideout DeAndre Hopkins (knee) already inactive, Arizona will likely rely on Marquise Brown, Greg Dortch and A.J. Green to buoy the team's passing attack for the time being.
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  • Cardinals' Robbie Anderson: Sudden jump in production

    Anderson gathered in all four targets for 50 yards during Monday's 27-13 defeat to the Patriots. Since Carolina dealt him to Arizona in October, Anderson has been an afterthought in the Cardinals offense, combining for two catches (on 10 targets) for 13 yards and no touchdowns in his first six appearances with the team. His uptick in production Monday may stem from familiarity at practice with backup quarterback Colt McCoy, who replaced Kyler Murray (knee) after the third offensive snap of the game. If Murray's injury ends up being season-ending, Anderson could be a factor operating with McCoy for the last four contests of the campaign.
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  • Cardinals' Robbie Anderson: Records rare catch Sunday

    Anderson caught one of three targets for 17 yards in Sunday's 25-24 loss to the Chargers. For the first time in his six-game Cardinals tenure, Anderson earned more than 40 percent of the snaps in back-to-back outings. He also recorded the first catch with his new club that netted a positive gain. With Marquise Brown returning to the lineup Sunday following a five-game absence, he and DeAndre Hopkins (14 combined targets) will dominate the looks from quarterback Kyler Murray moving forward, leaving Anderson to fend for scraps after the team's Week 13 bye.
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  • Cardinals' Robbie Anderson: Logs no targets in Week 11

    Anderson wasn't targeted while playing 33 of 71 offensive snaps during Monday's 38-10 defeat to the 49ers. Anderson has been active for all five games since the Cardinals acquired him from the Panthers before Week 7, but he has just one catch for minus-4 yards on seven targets. His 46 percent snap share Monday was his second-most with his current squad, but despite injuries throughout the receiving corps, he has yet to make much of a mark. If Marquise Brown (foot) is able to return from IR for Sunday's contest versus the Chargers, there's a chance Anderson is a healthy scratch in Week 12.
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  • Cardinals' Robbie Anderson: Back to sparse usage

    Anderson played just eight of 68 offensive snaps during Sunday's 27-17 win over the Rams. A Week 9 game in which he earned 82 percent of the offensive snaps aside, Anderson has ranged between 10 and 18 percent in his other three appearances (12 percent Sunday) with Arizona since a trade from Carolina. In those four contests, he's gathered in just one of seven targets for minus-4 yards. With Zach Ertz (knee) out indefinitely, Anderson could begin to mix in more consistently behind DeAndre Hopkins and Rondale Moore, but rookie tight end Trey McBride may be the best bet to inherit the available targets, at least as long as Marquise Brown (foot) is sidelined.
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  • Cardinals' Robbie Anderson: Records first catch as Card

    Anderson reeled in one of three targets for minus-4 yards during Sunday's 31-21 loss to the Seahawks. The veteran wideout didn't surpass an 18 percent share of the offensive snaps and was held without a catch on four targets in his first two appearances with the Cardinals after joining the team Oct. 17. He experienced a huge increase in usage to 83 percent Sunday, but he was rarely looked at by quarterback Kyler Murray, with Rondale Moore (10), Zach Ertz (eight), DeAndre Hopkins (five) and James Conner (five) all surpassing Anderson in targets. If the Cardinals continue to make a concerted effort to involve him, he might become a downfield threat, but for the time being Anderson appears to be struggling to get on the same page with Murray.
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  • Cardinals' Robbie Anderson: Bigger role may be imminent

    Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury said Wednesday that he's hopeful Anderson will have a bigger role Sunday against the Seahawks, Jose M. Romero of The Arizona Republic reports. Since arriving in Arizona from Carolina on Oct. 17, Anderson has played in both of the Cardinals' two games in the meantime, but his usage (19 offensive snaps) and target count (four) have yet to yield any production. Kingsbury specifically said the team will attempt to "force feed" him this weekend, but with wide receivers DeAndre Hopkins and Rondale Moore and tight end Zach Ertz taking on a huge portion of the available targets, Anderson still is waiting for his first catch with his new squad.
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  • Cardinals' Robbie Anderson: Held without catch in Week 8

    Anderson was targeted three times but didn't record a catch during Sunday's 34-26 defeat at Minnesota. Among the Cardinals' five available wide receivers, Anderson finished fifth in terms of offensive snap count (seven of 78). Through two games with Arizona since a trade from Carolina, Anderson doesn't have a reception on four targets, and without an injury or role change to one of the players in front of him, he currently doesn't have a clear path to regular work.
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