Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Dynamic Robbie Chosen may see more action in ’23

Head Coach Mike Mike McDaniel has hinted Robbie Chosen may see more action over the coming weeks for the Miami Dolphins.

After catching his lone target at taking it 68 yards to the house last week in the final quarter against the Broncos, McDaniel has been effusive in his praise during his press conferences.

ROBBIE CHOSEN LET GO ON CUTDOWN DAY

Chosen didn’t make the Dolphins initial 53-man roster, with Cedrick Wilson preferred. Wilson, however, has again failed to impress this season gaining on 39-snaps this season (all against Denver) with zero targets.

On Friday, after River Cracraft was placed on IR and Erik Ezukanma on NFI, McDaniel had this to say, “His speed is something that you have to account for and makes it a little more difficult for defenses to just hone in on Tyreek (Hill), especially when Jaylen is not out there. He is able to execute tasks that seem menial, that are huge, that allows you to be on the field to make plays.”

McDaniel went on to add “His playmaking ability is very intriguing to us, and one of the reasons why he’s here. But it’s his immersion into the offense that allows him to actually do something with it on Sundays.”

Expect to see more of Robbie Chosen over the remainder of the season.

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