Dolphins activate Albert Wilson off COVID-19 list

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The Dolphins will have one of their offensive weapons back in time for Sunday’s game.

Receiver Albert Wilson and offensive lineman Solomon Kindley have been activated off the COVID-19 list, the team announced on Friday.

Wilson has 25 catches for 213 yards this season, along with four carries for 17 yards.

Kindley started the first two games of the season, but has since been used only on special teams.

Winners of their last seven games, the Dolphins will be on the road to face the Titans in Nashville this weekend.

2 responses to “Dolphins activate Albert Wilson off COVID-19 list

  1. Ok people; these changes will fix the OLine:

    LT – Liam Eickenberg
    LG – Jesse Davis
    C – Michael Deiter
    RG – Austin Jackson or Solomon Kindley
    RT – Robert Hunt

    The dolphins also need a deep threat WR. They should look into acquiring Kenny Stills. He is not being used by the Saints.

  2. Kenny Stills was not traded because of receiving skills. He’s a locker room cancer. I wish Mr. Stills success, but I’ll pass thank you.

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