College: Georgia State | 5 years
Height: 5'9" | Weight: 186 lbs
Birth Date: 7/12/1992
2019 Bye Week: 5
Total Pts: 58
Avg Pts: 3.63
Rank: 63 WR
A hip injury limited Wilson to seven games, but he made an impact when on the field. He had four touchdowns in seven games and averaged 15.0 yards per receptions. If he plays a full year, Wilson has 59 receptions for 894 yards and nine touchdowns. Wilson should play a pretty big role in the passion game, serving as the No. 2 or 3 for the Dolphins. Wilson is a small receiver but a decent fit for the slot. He runs well and makes moves in space. His route running continues to improve, making him more of a factor on the outside. Fantasy Outlook: Wilson could have a career best season in year two with the Dolphins. He has a chance to play a big role offensively, putting him in that sleeper category. He isn't worth a high-draft pick by any means, but worth a look as a low-end No. 3 or 4 fantasy receiver. He can get around 65 receptions for 900 yards with a five or six scores.
If you're a #1 WR, but no one is there to throw you the ball, do you make an impact in fantasy? This is one of a number of questions concerning Albert Wilson in 2019. The Dolphins are going to be bad and that may lead to Josh Rosen starting, which is probably worse for fantasy than Ryan Fitzpatrick. Wilson was on his way to a career year in 2018 before a hip injury ended his season prematurely. Now entering his sixth NFL season, the odds are significantly against him ever amounting into anything fantasy relevant. However, there may be extenuating circumstances favoring Wilson. The entire Dolphins receiving corps is made up of guys that have failed to launch (or rookies). Kenny Stills is what he is at this point - a complementary piece, and Devante Parker is terrible at football. If Wilson can stay on the field, he has a great shot to lead the Dolphins in targets. Being on the Dolphins caps his ceiling, but the target leader on any offense should be at least a WR3 in fantasy. Wilson's ADP is virtually nonexistent, making him a great late round flier despite the fact that WRs seeing solid targets year over year rarely breakout after their third season. There are certainly worse players to take a shot on for the cost of free.
|Week 1||3||Albert Wilson 31 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Albert Wilson 31 receiving yds (1 pts)
Albert Wilson 7 rushing yds (1 pts)
|Week 2||9||Albert Wilson 1 receiving TD (6 pts)|
. . . Albert Wilson 29 yd TD pass from Ryan Tannehill
Albert Wilson 37 receiving yds (1 pts)
Albert Wilson 37 receiving yds (1 pts)
Albert Wilson 8 rushing yds (1 pts)
|Week 3||17||Albert Wilson 1 receiving TD (6 pts)|
. . . Albert Wilson 74 yd TD pass from Ryan Tannehill
Albert Wilson 74 receiving yds (1 pts)
Albert Wilson 74 receiving yds (3 pts)
Albert Wilson 1 passing TD (4 pts)
. . . Albert Wilson 52 yd TD pass to Jakeem Grant
Albert Wilson 52 passing yds (1 pts)
Albert Wilson 52 yd TD pass (1 pts)
Albert Wilson 74 yd TD reception (1 pts)
|Week 4||2||Albert Wilson 19 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Albert Wilson 2 rushing yds (1 pts)
|Week 5||3||Albert Wilson 43 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Albert Wilson 43 receiving yds (2 pts)
|Week 6||21||Albert Wilson 2 receiving TDs (12 pts)|
. . . Albert Wilson 43 yd TD pass from Brock Osweiler
. . . Albert Wilson 75 yd TD pass from Brock Osweiler
Albert Wilson 155 receiving yds (1 pts)
Albert Wilson 155 receiving yds (7 pts)
Albert Wilson 75 yd TD reception (1 pts)
|Week 7||3||Albert Wilson 32 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Albert Wilson 32 receiving yds (1 pts)
Albert Wilson 4 rushing yds (1 pts)
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Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson (hip) may start training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform list.
Fantasy Spin: Wilson did not do much this offseason, so fantasy owners should monitor the situation during training camp. He played well at times last season and could be the No. 1 receiver for Miami this season if he is healthy. He has a chance to be a late-round option in fantasy drafts.
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson (hip) will be brought along slowly and may not be ready for the start of training camp.
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson (hip), who missed nine games of the 2018 season and all of the current offseason with a hip injury said Friday, June 7, 'there's no reason why I shouldn't be out there Week 1.'
Fantasy Spin: Wilson caught 26 passes for 391 yards and four TDs in seven games last season, and should be drafted a late-round WR flyer with the health uncertainty baked in.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Albert Wilson (hip), who missed half of last season with a serious hip injury, said that "there's no reason why I shouldn't be out there Week 1." He hasn't been able to practice since his injury on Oct. 21 but said he's "been outstanding with everything they've asked me to do" in his rehab. However, there's still a good chance he starts training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform list. Wilson, 27 next month, had 26 receptions for 391 yards and four touchdowns in his seven games in 2018. With Wilson questionable to be ready to produce for fantasy owners to start the regular season, he won't be very coveted by fantasy owners. Devante Parker and Kenny Stills figure to be the team's top two wideouts, so Wilson might be an inconsistent producer in Miami's offense to begin with.
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson (hip) did not participate in any offseason workouts or minicamps because he is still recovering from a hip injury.
Fantasy Spin: Wilson will have over a month to rest his hip, so he may be ready for the start of training camp. He played well before the injury in 2018 and probably will be a starter for the Dolphins this upcoming season. He has a chance to be a late-round option in some fantasy leagues.
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson (hip) did not participate in practice Tuesday, May 14, because he is still recovering from a hip injury.
Fantasy Spin: Wilson played well in his limited playing time this past season and should be one of the team's starting receivers in 2019. He should receive a solid amount of targets this upcoming season but probably would only be a late-round option in deeper leagues.
Miami Dolphins WR Albert Wilson is one of the best bets to remain with the team out of a wide receiver contingent that appears headed for upheaval, and new position coach Karl Dorrell has quickly become a fan. 'He was pretty dynamic wasn't he?' Dorrell said recently of Wilson. 'He's a very unique player. I'm really excited about him. .... I hear he's doing a really good job with the recovery process but you could tell when he was on the field, he had a number of ways to affect the defense and to make the defense really pay attention to where he is and things like that.'
Fantasy Spin: A hip injury cost Wilson all but seven games in 2018 but he still led the team with his 15-yard-per-reception average and finished third on the squad with his four receiving TDs. Wilson is a definite fantasy WR sleeper to keep an eye on this summer.
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Albert Wilson (hip) has progressed in his rehab without setbacks since suffering a hip injury in October, according to a league source. Doctors have ruled out surgery once and for all for Wilson and has raised hope that he will be able to get back on the field this spring. The belief is that Wilson will be ready for the start of the offseason program in April. Wilson ranked third on the team in touchdowns (four receiving and one passing) despite missing nine games, and his yards-per-catch average (15.0) led the team. Although Miami's quarterback situation is up in the air, Wilson should have a prominent place in the team's offense next year regardless.