College: Georgia State | 6 years
Height: 5'9" | Weight: 195 lbs
Birth Date: 7/12/1992
Depth Chart: WR3.1
2019 Bye Week: 5
Questionable - hip, calf
Total Pts: 2
Avg Pts: 1.00
Rank: 116 WR
|Week 1||2||Albert Wilson 13 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Albert Wilson 1 rushing yd (1 pts)
|Week 3||4||3-35yds / 0.2TDs projected|
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|No Playoff Match Up|
The Miami Dolphins have declared WR Albert Wilson, SS Reshad Jones, OT Bryan Witzmann, RB Myles Gaskin, OG Chris Reed, DE Trent Harris and OT Isaiah Prince inactive for Week 2.
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson (calf, hip) did not participate in practice Friday, Sept. 13, and has been ruled out for Week 2.
Fantasy Spin: DeVante Parker, Preston Williams and Jakeem Grant likely will receive a most of the targets in the passing game, but they will be facing a tough defense and probably can be avoided in fantasy leagues.
The Miami Dolphins ruled out wide receiver Albert Wilson (calf, hip) and safety Reshad Jones (ankle) for Week 2 against the Patriots. Miami will go with Devante Parker, Allen Hurns, Jakeem Grant and rookie Preston Williams as their receivers at home against New England. It's really hard to make a case for starting any of Miami's offensive players in another game in which they'll probably be blown out of. On the flip side, the Pats offense, which now has Antonio Brown in the fold, should walk all over the Dolphins Defense.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Albert Wilson (calf, hip) and safety Reshad Jones (ankle) are not practicing on Friday. Neither player has practiced all week, so it looks as though the Dolphins are preparing to be without them in Week 2 against the Patriots. With Wilson unlikely to suit up, quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick will be throwing to Devante Parker, Allen Hurns and rookie Preston Williams. Even in a game where Miami figures to be throwing often, none of their skill players are attractive in fantasy. Jones' absence in the secondary will make it even tougher for the defense to slow down Tom Brady, who will now have Antonio Brown among his targets. The Patriots should run away with this one, and their defense/special teams is a high-end option in Week 2.
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson (calf, hip) missed a second straight day of practice Thursday, Sept. 12, as he deals with calf and hip injuries.
Fantasy Spin: Wilson caught two of his four Week 1 targets for 13 yards before coming up injured, and between the injury and the overriding concerns surrounding the Dolphins' offense in general, fantasy GMs are strongly advised to seek out other options this week.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Albert Wilson (calf) wasn't seen at practice on Thursday for the second straight day. After aggravating his calf injury in the Week 1 blowout to the Ravens, it's looking like Wilson won't be active in Week 2 against the Patriots. You should be making plans to be without him if you were planning to start him. If Wilson is out, it'll most likely be Devante Parker, Allen Hurns and rookie Preston Williams in three-wide sets. Even though the Dolphins will likely be pass-heavy while playing from behind, none of their receivers are particularly enticing for fantasy owners with quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick getting another start.
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson (calf, hip) did not participate in practice Wednesday, Sept. 11.
Fantasy Spin: Wilson suffered the injury in Week 1 and probably will not play if he misses all three practices this week. Fantasy players should look for other options even if he plays since the Dolphins offense did not produce much last week.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Albert Wilson (calf) wasn't seen at practice on Wednesday after aggravating his calf injury in Week 1 while playing just six snaps. It doesn't sound promising for his availability in Week 2 against the Patriots, but we'll have to wait and see. If Wilson misses this weekend, Devante Parker, Jakeem Grant, Allen Hurns and rookie Preston Williams will see more opportunities. It's hard to recommend any Dolphins pass-catchers with Miami's unsettling quarterback situation, but they'll probably have to throw often against the Pats.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Albert Wilson (calf) injured his calf in Week 1 against the Ravens and was forced to leave the game. Miami's offense has been non-existent in the first half against Baltimore, and Wilson had two catches on four targets for only 13 yards before his injury. With quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick under center for the Dolphins, it's hard to trust any Miami receiver, although Wilson will have WR4/5 value in the slot with Kenny Stills now in Houston. Allen Hurns or rookie Preston Williams will see more opportunities if Wilson doesn't return on Sunday.
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson (calf) suffered a calf injury during the Week 1 game and is considered questionable to return.
Fantasy Spin: Wilson is expected to be the top Dolphins receiver this season but has dealt with injuries over the last year. He has fantasy value because he played well when healthy last season but is not a weekly starting option.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Albert Wilson (calf, hip) is active for Week 1 against the Ravens. Wilson was always expected to suit up, so this isn't much of a surprise. He should be more of a focal point in the offense out of the slot now that Kenny Stills isn't around, and he could be a sneaky PPR option in deeper leagues in 2019. The matchup against Baltimore is daunting, but quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick could lean on Wilson in the middle of the field, making him a sleeper WR4 in Week 1. Devante Parker and Jakeem Grant should accompany Wilson on three-receiver sets.
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson (hip) is officially active for the team's Week 1 game.
Fantasy Spin: Wilson likely will enter the game as the Dolphins' No. 1 receiver and should see some targets in the passing game. He will be facing a tough Baltimore Ravens defense and could be benched if fantasy players have better options available.
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson (hip) was limited during practice Friday, Sept. 6, and is listed as questionable for Week 1.
Fantasy Spin: Wilson was a limited participant all week, so he has a decent chance to play. He will be facing a tough Baltimore Ravens defense this week and probably can be benched even if he is active for the game.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Albert Wilson (calf, hip) is listed as questionable for Sunday against the Ravens. Wilson was limited in practice all week, so we'd think he's on the right track to suit up in the regular season opener. The good news is that Wilson's fantasy owners will know early Sunday morning if he's playing or not. If Wilson is active, he'll be the slot man in three-receiver sets alongside Devante Parker and Jakeem Grant. Wilson could quietly lead Miami's receiving corps in catches, but the team's situation at QB lowers his overall ceiling. Consider Wilson more of a WR4 in PPR leagues if he plays this weekend.
Miami Dolphins LB Trent Harris (foot) did not practice for a third straight day Friday, Sept. 6, and is listed as questionable for Week 1 versus Baltimore Ravens. CB Johnson Bademosi (hip), OG Danny Isidora (hamstring), S Bobby McCain (shoulder) and WR Albert Wilson (hip, calf) were each limited for a third straight day Friday and are also listed as questionable. DE Charles Harris (wrist) fully participated in practice Friday and is listed as questionable. DT John Jenkins (illness) was not given a practice designation for a second straight day but was removed from the injury report.
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson (hip) was limited during practice Thursday, Sept. 5.
Fantasy Spin: Wilson should be active for the game this week and has a chance to lead the team in targets. He will have a tough matchup in Week 1 and can be benched in most fantasy leagues.
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson (hip) was limited during practice Wednesday, Sept. 6.
Fantasy Spin: Wilson should be able to play this week, but fantasy players should check on his status later in the week. He should be a main part of the passing game in 2019 but will be facing a tough Baltimore Ravens defense in Week 1. Players likely will be able to find better options and can keep Wilson on the bench.
Miamis Dolphins WRs Albert Wilson will be the team's primary slot receiver this season, according to receivers coach Karl Dorrell Tuesday, Sept. 3. Wilson 'is going to be a dynamic player than can play for us in the slot,' Dorrell said. 'Jakeem (Grant) is the same type of player. The previous staff did use (Wilson) primarily on the outside. We're going to use him both outside and inside. He's done enough in his development to do some things outside very effectively. He's such a dynamic runner with the ball in his hands that he'll play in the slot as well.'
Fantasy Spin: Wilson managed 391 yards and four touchdowns over seven games (three starts) in his first year with the Dolphins after leaving the Kansas City Royals. He's worth a look as a late-round option in PPR formats in QB Ryan Fitzpatrick's pass-happy system.
Fully recovered from offseason hip surgery, Dolphin wide receiver Albert Wilson made his preseason debut in Thursday's 16-13 win over the Saints. Wilson was involved early and often, losing yardage with a catch on the second play of the game before catching an 18-yard pass on the third play. He also later carried the ball on an end-around, losing a yard there, as well. Currently being drafted as the #75 WR by NFBC ADP, the speedy Wilson is finally healthy but is unlikely to have much value unless quarterbacks Ryan Fitzpatrick or Josh Rosen show vast improvement over what the Dolphins offense showed in the preseason.
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson (hip) said he has been cleared to be a full participant during practice and expects to be ready for Week 1.
Fantasy Spin: Wilson is had some solid games last season and has a chance to be the top receiver for the Dolphins this season. He could be a late-round option in fantasy leagues but will not be a weekly starting option.