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Jan 7, 2024 2 9 7 0
Dec 31, 2023 2 10 6 0 1
Dec 24, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 17, 2023 1 12 12 0 1
Dec 11, 2023 2 13 7 0 1
Player Outlook
Berrios signed with the Dolphins this season, and he will compete to be the No. 3 receiver behind Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. Even in that role, Berrios has minimal Fantasy value and is not worth drafting in most leagues. He struggled in 2022 with the Jets, averaging just 3.5 PPR points per game. This was a step back from his 2021 production when he averaged 7.2 PPR points per game and seemed on the verge of being a more consistent contributor. At best, Berrios could be added off the waiver wire if he starts off the season playing well, but it might take an injury in Miami for that to happen.

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2023 27 238 8.81 1 11 11.00 261.6
2022 18 145 8.06 91 10.11 342
2021 46 431 9.37 2 40 5.71 623.9
3y Avg. 34 323 9.50 2 53 8.83 452.8
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  • Dolphins' Braxton Berrios: Wraps regular season with two grabs

    Berrios secured both of his targets for nine yards during Sunday's 21-14 loss to the Bills. As has often been the case recently, Berrios ended the regular season with a minor role on offense, even with Jaylen Waddle (ankle) sidelined. The 28-year-old came on strong out of the gate, recording 146 of his 238 yards and his only touchdown during the Dolphins' first four games of the year. However, down the stretch, his best contributions came in the return game. In all. Berrios secured 27 of 33 targets for 238 yards and one score across 16 appearances for Miami, while also rushing once for 11 yards. With his one-year deal coming to a close, Berrios has every incentive to try and impress during the playoffs, starting with Saturday's wild-card matchup against the Chiefs.
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  • Dolphins' Braxton Berrios: Little impact in blowout loss

    Berrios secured both of his targets for 10 yards during Sunday's 56-19 loss to the Ravens. Berrios also racked up 74 yards as a kick returner. He saw more opportunity for targets with Jaylen Waddle (ankle) sidelined, but it was Cedrick Wilson who found the end zone (two targets) while working behind top wideout Tyreek Hill. It's conceivable that Waddle misses Week 18's game against the Bills, in which case Berrios will once again be in position to handle a more notable depth role.
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  • Dolphins' Braxton Berrios: Draws two targets vs. Titans

    Berrios secured both of his targets for 13 yards during Monday's 28-27 loss to Tennessee. Berrios once again operated as Miami's top return man, but with Tyreek Hill (ankle) having to move between the field and the sideline Monday, Berrios also saw a slight uptick of involvement on offense. In the event Hill is forced to miss the Dolphins' divisional matchup against the Jets in Week 15, Berrios and fellow depth wideout Cedrick Wilson could both be thrust into larger roles behind Jaylen Waddle.
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  • Dolphins' Braxton Berrios: Held without a catch

    Berrios failed to secure his only target during Friday's 34-13 win over the Jets. Berrios made an impact in the return game, fielding both kickoffs and punts, but his involvement in the passing game remains marginal despite handling 54 percent of offensive snaps. He remains an ancillary option for Miami heading into a Week 13 matchup at Washington.
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  • Dolphins' Braxton Berrios: Likely to play in Week 12

    Berrios (hamstring) was listed as a full participant Tuesday on the Dolphins' estimated practice report, Travis Wingfield of the Dolphins' official site reports. Berrios was unable to play in the Dolphins' Week 11 win over the Raiders due to a hamstring injury, but he appears to be trending toward a return for Friday's matchup with the Jets. The wide receiver has reeled in three catches for 15 yards over his last three appearances.
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  • Dolphins' Braxton Berrios: Won't suit up Sunday

    Berrios (hamstring) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Raiders. Berrios is one of two Dolphins depth receivers who will miss Sunday's contest, as Chase Claypool is also sidelined after undergoing a minor knee surgery while Miami was on bye Week 10. Though Miami listed Berrios as questionable heading into the weekend, he wasn't able to gain clearance after he managed nothing more than limited practice participation Wednesday through Friday. With Berrios and Claypool out of the mix for Week 11, the Dolphins will turn to Cedrick Wilson, River Cracraft and Robbie Chosen as their depth options behind starting wideouts Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle.
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  • Dolphins' Braxton Berrios: Questionable for Week 11

    Berrios (hamstring) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Raiders, Travis Wingfield of the Dolphins' official site reports. Berrios logged limited practices Thursday and Friday after opening the week as a non-participant Wednesday. Per Wingfield, coach Mike McDaniel said earlier Friday that Berrios has a chance "for sure" to play Sunday, but there's a chance the team will keep the wide receiver out to be proactive about his recovery from the hamstring injury, through which Berrios played in the Week 9 loss to Kansas City prior to Miami's Week 10 bye.
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  • Dolphins' Braxton Berrios: Limited Thursday

    Berrios (hamstring) was officially limited in Thursday's practice, Anthony Galaviz of The Fresno Bee reports. It puts Berrios on track to play against the Raiders after he missed practice Wednesday. Berrios has appeared in all nine games this season, recording a 20-194-1 receiving line on 25 targets as an ancillary option behind Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle.
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  • Dolphins' Braxton Berrios: Back on practice field

    Berrios (hamstring) returned to practice Thursday, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Berrios missed Wednesday's session, but his return to the field a day later has him trending in the right direction ahead of Sunday's game against the Raiders. The Dolphins' upcoming injury report will relay whether Berrios practiced fully or was limited Thursday.
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  • Dolphins' Braxton Berrios: Misses practice Wednesday

    Berrios (hamstring) didn't practice Wednesday. Coming off the Dolphins' bye, Berrios continues to manage a hamstring injury that resulted in him being listed as questionable ahead of Miami's Week 9 loss to the Chiefs in Germany. Berrios proceeded to suit up in that contest, but he played a season-low 17 snaps on offense and finished without a target in the passing game for the first time all season. He'll need to upgrade to full participation in practice by Friday to avoid carrying an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Raiders.
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  • Dolphins' Braxton Berrios: Held without catch

    Berrios wasn't targeted while playing 17 snaps on offense during Sunday's 21-14 loss to the Chiefs. Berrios managed to suit up and play through his hamstring injury despite being officially listed as questionable, but it was Cedrick Wilson who handled the majority of No. 3 receiver work for Miami. With just three catches for 15 yards on five targets across his last three games, it's clear that Berrios' role on offense has diminished with Wilson's emergence and the arrival of Chase Claypool. When the Dolphins take on the Raiders in Week 11, after a bye, Berrios will once again do most of his damage on special teams.
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  • Dolphins' Braxton Berrios: Suiting up in Frankfurt

    Berrios (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game against the Chiefs in Frankfurt, Germany. A mid-week addition to the Dolphins' injury report, Berrios was a limited participant in practices Thursday and Friday before taking a questionable tag into the weekend. The Dolphins were ultimately encouraged enough by how Berrios looked during those practice sessions to keep him active Sunday, so he should be ready to handle his usual role as the No. 3 receiver behind Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. Through the first nine games of the season, Berrios has recorded 20 receptions for 194 yards and a touchdown on 25 targets to go with 11 yards on his lone carry.
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  • Dolphins' Braxton Berrios: Questionable for Week 9

    Berrios (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com reports. After avoiding the Dolphins' initial Week 9 injury report Wednesday, Berrios was limited Thursday and Friday and will approach Sunday's 9:30 a.m. ET contest in Frankfurt, Germany with an official questionable designation. Through eight games to date, Berrios has caught 20 of his 25 targets for 194 yards and a TD, a pace that limits his fantasy utility to deeper PPR formats.
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  • Dolphins' Braxton Berrios: Hauls in both targets

    Berrios secured both of his targets for 20 yards during Sunday's 42-21 win over the Panthers. Berrios continues to handle a valuable depth role for the Dolphins behind top wideouts Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle, but aside from Week 4 vs. Buffalo when he found the end zone, that hasn't led to fantasy success. Except in the deepest of formats, he won't be in consideration as a streaming option for Miami's matchup against the Eagles in Week 7.
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  • Dolphins' Braxton Berrios: Starts week with limited practice

    Berrios (knee) was a limited participant in practice Wednesday, Travis Wingfield of the Dolphins' official site reports. Due to the same knee injury, Berrios was a limited practice participant to begin Week 5 prep before upgrading to full participation Thursday and avoiding a designation ahead of the Dolphins' eventual 31-16 win over the Giants on Sunday. He'll look to follow the same practice pattern this week prior to Sunday's game against the Panthers. Through his first five games, Berrios has accounted for 170 yards and one touchdown on 16 touches (15 receptions, one carry).
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  • Dolphins' Braxton Berrios: Targeted twice in Week 5 win

    Berrios secured both of his targets for 13 yards during Sunday's 31-16 win over the Giants. Berrios also contributed as a kick returner, but he wasn't utilized substantially on offense Week 5, with Cedrick Wilson instead handling the bulk of No. 3 WR opportunities. The Dolphins should be in line for another successful offensive performance Week 6 against the Panthers, but Berrios shouldn't be considered more than a flex option for desperate fantasy managers with both Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle healthy.
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  • Dolphins' Braxton Berrios: Starts week with limited session

    Berrios was a limited participant in practice Wednesday due to a knee injury, Travis Wingfield of the Dolphins' official site reports. Berrios scored his first touchdown as a member of the Dolphins in the team's 48-20 loss to Buffalo this past Sunday, but he's nursing a knee injury in the aftermath of that game. He'll have two more opportunities to return to full practice participation before Sunday's game against the Giants.
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  • Dolphins' Braxton Berrios: Scores in blowout loss

    Berrios secured all six of his targets for 43 yards and one touchdown during Sunday's 48-20 loss to the Bills. Berrios also carried the ball once for 11 yards. With River Cracraft (shoulder) out until Week 8 at the earliest, Berrios is clearly Miami's best option as a No. 3 wideout behind Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle, putting him in the mix as a weekly option in deeper fantasy formats. The Dolphins' offense should find more success against the Giants in Week 5.
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  • Dolphins' Braxton Berrios: Catches two passes in win

    Berrios secured two of three targets for 28 yards during Sunday night's 24-17 win over the Patriots. Berrios also operated as Miami's top punt returner, handling two returns for a total of 27 yards. Behind target leaders Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle (concussion), Berrios retains enough involvement in his rotational offensive role to warrant some fantasy consideration in deep formats. If Waddle remains in the concussion protocol Week 3 versus the Broncos, it would pave the way for Berrios to handle an expanded role.
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  • Dolphins' Braxton Berrios: Makes three grabs in Week 1 win

    Berrios secured three of five targets for 42 yards in Sunday's 36-34 win over the Chargers. Berrios clearly played behind both Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle, as expected, but he still produced decent numbers in his Dolphins regular-season debut. River Cracraft also had three grabs on five targets, going for 40 yards and a score. More surprising, though, is that TE Durham Smythe finished second on the team in targets with seven. On days when Miami doesn't have to play from behind for nearly the entire game, Berrios and Cracraft likely won't see so many opportunities.
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