Rudolph tore his ACL at Wednesday's practice and has been placed on the Dolphins' practice squad injured reserve, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.
Rudolph will miss the rest of the season and presumably attempt to recover in time for 2019 training camp, where he will be fighting for a 53-man roster spot.
Rudolph signed a practice squad contract with the Dolphins on Wednesday, Joe Schad of The Palm Beach Post reports.
Rudolph was unable to crack the 53-man roster with the Giants, but he has found a new home in Miami, close to where he grew up and played college at Florida State. There's a chance he could join an active roster down the road after playing 253 offensive snaps for the Giants last season.
Rudolph was waived by the Giants on Saturday, Dan Duggan of The Athletic New York reports.
Rudolph was always seen as a long shot to make the Giants' final roster, especially when he was forced to miss a preseason game with an undisclosed injury. He is, however, a prime candidate to land on the team's practice squad.
Rudolph (undisclosed) participated in Sunday's practice, Ryan Dunleavy of NJ.com reports.
Rudolph was sidelined at the last couple of practices and Friday's preseason game against the Lions for an undisclosed reason, but he's back on the field and appears to be past whatever was bothering him. Rudolph will continue fighting for a spot on the Giants' final roster.
Rudolph (undisclosed) will not take part in Friday's preseason game against the Lions.
Rudolph sits on the periphery regarding a 53-man roster spot entering the 2018 campaign, though he does have eight games under his belt in a Giants uniform. He will miss an opportunity to make an impression before Friday's cuts, lessening his chances of seizing a spot.
Rudolph (undisclosed) didn't practice Wednesday, Ryan Dunleavy of NJ.com reports.
It's unclear what's bothering Rudolph, but he'll need a quick recovery in order to secure a spot on the 53-man roster. The second-year pro caught eight passes on 21 targets for 101 yards and zero touchdowns over seven games in 2017. Special teams may be Rudolph's best route to a spot on the squad.
Rudolph caught one of four targets for 29 yards against the Redskins in Week 17.
Rudolph got some run late in the year as the Giants suffered injuries to their receiving corps, but he's a long shot to have a significant role with the team in 2018.
Rudolph is positioned for an expanded role in Sunday's season finale against the Redskins, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports.
The undrafted rookie played a career-high 57 snaps on offense in last week's 23-0 loss to the Cardinals, but he only caught one pass for six yards on two targets. While Rudolph figures to get a few more chances with Sterling Shepard (neck) out of the lineup this week, Roger Lewis is still the best bet for production among the Giants' pass catchers, coming off three straight games with at least 10 targets and four catches. Eli Manning could be in for a long day, as Evan Engram (ribs) and Tavarres King (concussion) also have been ruled out.
Rudolph (hamstring) was a full participant during Wednesday's practice.
Rudolph has missed the Giants' last three games with the injury, but it looks as though he's trending toward playing Sunday against the Cardinals. With Tavarres King (concussion) still in the NFL's protocol for head injuries, Rudolph could be in line for a role in three-wideout sets, but he's unlikely to rank as a go-to target for quarterback Eli Manning.
Rudolph (hamstring) is listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Eagles.
Although Rudolph rarely hears his number called on offense, the Giants will be lacking depth at wideout with him, since they have just four healthy receivers for Sunday's game. This will be the third consecutive game Rudolph misses.
Rudolph (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Eagles.
Rudolph has missed the last two games with this injury, but he likely wouldn't have logged extended snaps on offense even if he had been active for those contests. If Rudolph is cleared to play in the Week 15 matchup, the Giants could be forced to play him more on offense out of necessity in the event No. 2 wideout Roger Lewis (ankle), who is also listed as questionable for Sunday, ends up being inactive for the contest.
Rudolph (hamstring) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Cowboys.
Though Rudolph's hamstring injury will keep him sidelined Sunday, there's a good chance he would have been a healthy inactive if he didn't enter the weekend with a designation. Since being promoted from the Giants' practice squad in early October, Rudolph hasn't been able to find his footing in the passing game, despite the team's dearth of healthy receiving talent. Over five appearances, Rudolph has grabbed six of 15 targets for 66 yards.
Rudolph is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Cowboys with a hamstring injury.
Rudolph wasn't added to the Giants' injury report until Friday, when the injury limited his participation in practice. A healthy inactive during the Week 13 loss to Oakland, Rudolph isn't guaranteed to see the field Sunday even if his hamstring is no longer an issue by that point.
Rudolph (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Raiders.
The return of fellow wideout Sterling Shepard following a two-game absence due to an illness looks like it will be enough to keep Rudolph in street clothes Sunday. Rudolph hadn't seen much involvement in the passing game anyway the last two contests, logging three catches for 34 yards across eight targets.
Rudolph (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the 49ers.
The Giants signed Rudolph after losing three wideouts to season-ending injuries in the Week 5 loss to the Chargers, but despite those absences, the Florida State product hasn't been able to carve out much of a role within the offense. He's caught three of seven targets for 32 yards while dressing for the past three contests, production that wasn't good enough for the Giants to keep him active Sunday as the No. 5 wideout.
Rudolph caught three of his six targets for 32 yards against the Seahawks on Sunday.
He was actually the leading wideout on the team, but the former practice squad player is a long shot to have a major role on the sinking ship known as the Giants offense.
The Giants signed Rudolph from their practice squad Monday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
New York wasted little time adding depth to its receiving corps after losing four wideouts to injury in Sunday's loss to the Chargers, including All-Pro Odell Beckham (ankle) and Dwayne Harris (foot) to likely season-ending injuries. While Beckham's absence looms largest for the Giants, Rudolph is more likely to serve as a direct replacement for Harris, whose chief responsibilities came as a returner. Rudolph had been competing with Harris in training camp for returning and slot-receiving duties before being waived and ultimately landing on the practice squad.
Rudolph was let go by the Giants on Saturday.
The undrafted rookie was vying for a special teams role and a slot receiver role with the Giants. Rudolph may be a good candidate for the practice squad if he isn't picked up elsewhere.