Albert Wilson works with Dolphins' second team on Thursday
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Albert Wilson worked mostly with the second-team offense on the first day of training camp on Thursday.
The Dolphins brought Wilson in for 3-years and $24 million earlier this offseason but DeVante Parker, Kenny Stills, and fellow free agent signing Danny Amendola saw the majority of the first-team reps at Thursday's practice. Amendola is 32 and has struggled with injuries throughout his career, so Wilson may wind up serving more as an insurance policy than a primary option.
Wilson is outside of the top-80 receivers in numberFire's preseason fantasy rankings. Our models expect him to catch 34.5 passes (56.4 targets) for 441.3 yards and 2.15 touchdowns this season.
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