The Dolphins hope Wilson (hip) will be ready for full-team work next week, Armando Salguero of The Miami Herald reports.
Wilson was limited to individual drills at the start of training camp before progressing to 7-on-7s earlier this week. He doesn't necessarily have to play in the preseason in order to get clearance for Week 1, but it would be a good sign that he's ready for a full workload in the slot at the beginning of the season.
Wilson (hip) caught a pass in 7-on-7 work at Wednesday's practice, Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com reports.
Limited to individual work at the start of training camp, Wilson is now being eased into activities with teammates. He doesn't look on track to play in Friday's exhibition against Tampa Bay, but an appearance in the third or fourth week of the preseason isn't out of the question. Once he's available, Wilson is the favorite to handle slot work in Miami, though Kenny Stills, Allen Hurns and Jakeem Grant (undisclosed) also have experience playing inside. It isn't entirely clear that Wilson and Grant will be ready for Week 1.
Wilson (hip) did not suit up for Thursday's preseason game against the Falcons, Tom D'Angelo of The Palm Beach Post reports.
Wilson is progressing in his recovery from a season-ending hip injury sustained last year, and the Dolphins have taken a cautious approach to his recovery all offseason. It wouldn't be surprising if Wilson were to be held out of continued preseason action, which could pave the road for impressive undrafted rookie Preston Williams to see increased reps. As long as he's ready to go by Week 1, Wilson remains the clear favorite for a starting role in the slot.
Wilson (hip) will be limited to individual drills at the start of training camp, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
Wilson avoided the PUP list and should work his way into team drills within the next few weeks. He's ticketed for a regular role in the slot, while Kenny Stills and DeVante Parker figure to take most of their snaps outside. Wilson is entering the second season of three-year, $24 million contract, after his first campaign in Miami was cut short by a small fracture and labrum tear in his hip.
WIlson (hip) avoided the PUP list to open training camp, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
The Dolphins named Dwayne Allen (undisclosed), Cordrea Tankersley (undisclosed) and Mike Hull (knee) as their PUP list entrants, so with Wilson's name omitted we can reason that he'll participate throughout the opening of Dolphins training camp. This isn't to say he's completely out of the woods from his season-ending hip injury from last year -- there's a chance that he practices in a limited capacity for some time -- but it's still great news for the standout slot receiver. It's anyone's guess how the Miami passing game fares in 2019, just as it's tough to tell who might stand out between Wilson, Kenny Stills and DeVante Parker, but there's a real chance that Wilson finishes 2019 as the team's top fantasy receiver, especially in PPR scoring. All three wideouts have their own promising indicators, however, and Wilson's hip recovery warrants further observation despite him clearing this initial hurdle.
Wilson (hip) could miss the start of training camp, Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald reports.
Wilson is expected to be a full go for Week 1 versus the Ravens, but the Dolphins have yet to release official word regarding his likelihood of suiting up for training camp in July. The Dolphins have kept Wilson under wraps this offseason as he recovers from a fracture and labrum tear in his hip, and it appears probable that the team will continue to take a cautious approach to the receiver's recovery through August. The explosive 26-year-old is expected to serve as Miami's primary slot receiver in 2019, and should be a focal piece of the team's offense.
Wilson (hip) said Sunday that he expects to be active for Week 1 against the Ravens, Jeremy Bergman of NFL.com reports.
Wilson has been limited this offseason, working his way back from a fracture and labrum tear in his hip, both of which ended his 2018 campaign in October. This news certainly bodes well for his chances to suit up at some point during training camp, but neither Wilson nor the team has had a definitive report on his availability. Assuming the 26-year-old is true to his word, he's expected to slot in as the team's primary slot receiver in 2019.
Wilson (hip) didn't take part in Wednesday's minicamp practice, Al Butler of United Press International reports.
Wilson has been extremely limited in offseason workouts thus far as he recovers from a fracture and labrum tear in his hip, injuries that ended his 2018 season in October. The Dolphins haven't provided any word on whether he'll be ready to go in time for training camp in July. When healthy, Wilson is expected to operate as Miami's top slot receiver with Danny Amendola having left for Detroit in the offseason.
Wilson (hip) did not participate in the first day of OTAs, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
Wilson has been rehabbing a fracture and labrum tear in his hip since October, when the wideout was placed on injured reserve. He was expected to be back by the start of the team's offseason programs in April, but he still has not seen the field. Wilson is expected to start the season as the Dolphins' top option in the slot, and he still has a couple months to get healthy for the start of training.
Wilson is still rehabbing from his season-ending hip injury, Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com reports.
Wilson hoped to regain full health before the start of Miami's offseason program, but he'll likely be limited or absent when the team begins practicing in May. He still has plenty of time to make it back for the start of training camp in late July, at which point he'll be nine months removed from suffering a small fracture and labrum tear in his hip. The 26-year-old won't have trouble earning snaps once he's healthy, as the Dolphins haven't signed a replacement for Danny Amendola (Lions). Wilson has the most slot experience among the team's current group of wide receivers.
Wilson (hip) is expected to be healthy by the beginning of the offseason program in April, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
Inked by the Dolphins to a three-year contract last March, Wilson didn't play beyond Oct. 21 due to a small fracture and labrum tear in his hip. Before the season-ending injury, he accounted for 26 catches (on 35 targets) for 391 yards and four touchdowns while mixing in a 52-yard TD pass to Jakeem Grant in seven games. As of late January, surgery officially has been ruled out as a possibility. Moreover, Wilson even charted some of his progress via Twitter, posting a brief snippet of him performing squats. With long-time quarterback Ryan Tannehill likely to be jettisoned in the offseason, Wilson should be working with a new signal-caller yet again, and his dynamic ability should help his case to be among the team's top skill-position players in 2019.
Wilson said Tuesday that he's making good progress in his recovery from a small fracture and labrum tear in his hip, Safid Deen of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
Despite avoiding surgery, Wilson spent a couple weeks in a hip brace using crutches to get around. The Dolphins have already brought the maximum of two players back from injured reserve, though it doesn't sound like Wilson would have been a candidate even if a spot was available. He seems to be on track for some level of participation in the offseason program while preparing for the second season of a three-year, $24 million contract he signed last March. The structure of the deal all but ensures Wilson will be back in Miami for at least one more year.
Wilson (hip) was officially placed on injured reserve Wednesday.
In a corresponding move, the Dolphins added Leonte Carroo from their practice squad to provide depth at wideout for Thursday's game against the Texans. Wilson will wrap up his first season in Miami with 26 catches (on 35 targets) for 391 yards and four scores in seven games. On a fortunate note, Wilson won't require surgery to address his hip injury, per Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com.
Wilson (hip) will not require surgery but will likely be placed on injured reserve, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
The Dolphins apparently plan to allot Wilson all the time needed to make a full recovery, which is the basis for his inevitable IR stint. The fact that Wilson will avoid surgery is a good sign moving forward, suggesting the speedy wideout will return to full form by the start of the 2019 season. Miami has already designated lineman Jake Brendel and linebacker Mike Hull to return from IR, which will prevent them from being able to bring back Wilson. With Wilson no longer in the immediate mix at wideout, Miami might now enter the market for a receiver.
Coach Adam Gase said there is a high probability Wilson (hip/leg) will be placed on injured reserve, Tom Pelissero of NFL.com reports.
Wilson is believed to have suffered an injury to the labrum of his hip during Sunday's 32-21 loss to Detroit. The Dolphins are bracing for news that it's a season-ending issue, but they haven't yet received confirmation. With Kenny Stills (groin) also out for Thursday's game in Houston, the team will need to turn back to DeVante Parker for a role in three-wide formations along with Danny Amendola (shoulder) and Jakeem Grant.
Wilson sustained a hip injury in Sunday's 32-21 loss to the Lions that is expected to sideline him for "some time," Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The receiver is scheduled to undergo tests Monday to determine the severity of the injury.
Schefter's report aligns with the comments made Sunday by Wilson's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, who indicated his client suffered a "significant" injury that would likely result in an absence of at least "a few weeks," per Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, Wilson's hip injury is believed to be related to his labrum, which could threaten the wideout's availability for the rest of the season. Confirmation on the extent of Wilson's setback should be revealed once the results of his MRI are read, but it appears the Dolphins could be without one of their top big-play threats for a while. Wilson, who signed a three-year contract with the Dolphins in the offseason, has posted 26 receptions for 391 yards and four touchdowns through the first seven weeks of the campaign.
Wilson's agent Drew Rosenhaus indicated the receiver has sustained a "significant" hip injury, Joe Schad of The Palm Beach Post reports.
Rosenhaus may be hinting at a multi-week absence, at minimum, for Wilson. We should know more about Wilson's situation after he undergoes further testing Monday.
Wilson (hip/leg) has an MRI on tap, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.
With Kenny Stills (undisclosed) also banged up in Sunday's loss to the Lions, the Dolphins' wideout corps could be taxed as Thursday's game against the Texans approaches. Prior to his exit from Sunday's tilt, Wilson hauled in all three of his targets for 32 yards. Danny Amendola and Jakeem Grant currently profile as the team's top healthy wideouts, though it's possible that DeVante Parker (quad) could re-enter the mix in Week 8.
Wilson (leg) is out for the remainder of Sunday's game versus the Lions.
Wilson exited the field in the first half clearly in pain. With his absence, the Dolphins will have just three healthy wideouts: Kenny Stills, Danny Amendola and Jakeem Grant.
Wilson is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Lions due to a leg injury, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
Per Beasley, Wilson limped to the locker room early in the second quarter and was quickly tabbed with a leg issue. With DeVante Parker (quadriceps) ruled inactive Sunday, the Dolphins' receiving corps has been whittled down to Kenny Stills, Danny Amendola and Jakeem Grant.
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