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Cedrick Wilson | Dolphins WR

Date of Birth:  03/10/1995
Age:  27
Height  6'2"
Weight:   197
College:  Boise State
Drafted:  2018 | Round 6 | Pick 208
Depth Chart:  Starter

Cedrick Wilson | Dolphins WR


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Cedrick Wilson | Dolphins WR

The Dolphins are signing Cedrick Wilson.

It's a three-year deal, according to CBS Sports' Jonathan Jones. This is somewhat of a surprise, as the expectation had been that Wilson would land back with the Cowboys after the Amari Cooper trade. Instead, he's headed to Miami to play in Mike McDaniel's offense. We'd think Wilson sees a clear path to playing time as a big reason he's joining the Dolphins, but we'll see what his role looks like this summer.

Cedrick Wilson | Dolphins WR

Cedrick Wilson has been placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list.

Wilson tested positive for the virus. Hopefully he's feeling OK and can get cleared to rejoin his teammates soon.

Cedrick Wilson | Dolphins WR

Cedrick Wilson suffers apparent leg injury.

Going for a deep ball with under 30 seconds remaining against the Bears, Wilson appeared to hyperextend his knee. It did not look good, but hopefully it was just a hyperextension with no long-term damage. Wilson returned kicks tonight, but he did not have any catches on offense.

Cedrick Wilson | Dolphins WR

Cedrick Wilson was promoted to the Cowboys active roster.

Wilson was released ahead of 53-man roster cuts this year, but he was added to the team's practice squad and is now back on the active roster for Dallas. The second-year receiver is not on the fantasy radar for Week 2.

Cedrick Wilson | Dolphins WR

The Cowboys have released Cedrick Wilson.

A sixth-round pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, Wilson was an upside selection that didn't pan out in Dallas. Perhaps a new city will allow him to reach his potential.

Cedrick Wilson | Dolphins WR

Cedrick Wilson left Saturday night's game after a hit to the head.

Wilson was down for a bit after an illegal hit from 49ers safety Adrian Colbert (who was ejected), but he fortunately walked off on his own power. The second-year receiver is likely dealing with a concussion, so hopefully he is able to get cleared soon and continue making a case for a roster spot in the second preseason game next week.

Cedrick Wilson | Dolphins WR

The Cowboys placed wide receiver Cedrick Wilson (shoulder) on injured reserve.

The rookie sixth-round pick's injured shoulder in practice a few days ago unfortunately looks like it'll end his season, as it's very unlikely he returns in 2018. Wilson might be headed for surgery, but either way he should be 100% for the start of offseason training or training camp next year.

Cedrick Wilson | Dolphins WR

Cedrick Wilson is believed to have a torn labrum in his shoulder, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

This is a tough blow for the sixth-round rookie in his first training camp. Rapoport says they are undergoing more tests to determine the next course of action, but there's certainly a chance that Wilson's season is over. We'll update you as more information becomes available.

Cedrick Wilson | Dolphins WR

The Cowboys have selected Boise State wide receiver Cedrick Wilson with the 208th pick (sixth round) of the 2018 NFL Draft.

Wilson is another receiver that lasted a little longer than many expected, but the Cowboys get another receiver to pair with third-round pick Michael Gallup in this draft class. The Boise State product has good size and can create downfield separation, which the Cowboys need, especially because Dez Bryant struggled to do that over the past couple years. It wouldn't be surprising to see Wilson earn playing time in 2018, so keep an eye on him this summer.