Miami Dolphins Roster: Ranking Players Who Can Make Final Depth Chart

The Miami Dolphins' roster is stacked on the top end. But how does it look beyond the stars? We get an early look at their depth chart as we rank their roster.

Depending on the ranking, the Miami Dolphins have the NFL’s No. 4, No. 9, No. 10, or No. 14 roster.

PFN ranks Miami in the top seven in both offense and defense. The Dolphins’ locker room will glow from all the star power this fall.

But as training camp approaches, there are many jobs still available in the bottom half of their depth chart.

Here’s our working list, from 1-88, of the Dolphins’ top-heavy roster as rookies get set to report to their first training camp.

Projecting the Miami Dolphins’ 2023 Roster and Depth Chart


The Dolphins, from 1-12, are as talented as any team in football. They will go as far as this group takes them in 2023. The only question: health. Tua Tagovailoa, Bradley Chubb, Terron Armstead, and Xavien Howard all have injury histories.

1. WR Tyreek Hill
2. QB Tua Tagovailoa
3. DB Jalen Ramsey
4. LB Bradley Chubb
5. OT Terron Armstead
6. CB Xavien Howard
7. WR Jaylen Waddle
8. DT Christian Wilkins
9. DE Emmanuel Ogbah
10. LB Jaelan Phillips
11. FS Jevon Holland
12. LB Jerome Baker


The Dolphins returned a large majority of their 2022 core. But there are some fresh faces in this group, including second-round pick Cam Smith, free agent linebacker David Long, and wide receiver/kick returner Braxton Berrios.

13. G Robert Hunt
14. TE Durham Smythe
15. CB Cam Smith
16. LB David Long
17. RB Raheem Mostert
18. DT Zach Sieler
19. G Connor Williams
20. CB Kader Kohou
21. RB Jeff Wilson
22. WR Cedrick Wilson Jr.
23. S Brandon Jones
24. OT Austin Jackson
25. DT Raekwon Davis
26. OT Liam Eichenberg
27. WR Braxton Berrios
28. G Robert Jones
29. LB Andrew Van Ginkel
30. LB Duke Riley
31. RB Devon Achane
32. OL Dan Feeney
33. OT Isaiah Wynn
34. FB Alec Ingold


This bubble is probably a bit inflated, but there’s a fair amount of uncertainty with how Mike McDaniel plans to construct his roster.

Will he keep three quarterbacks again? How many cornerbacks will he carry after last year’s injury-plagued season? Do both Myles Gaskin and Salvon Ahmed make the cut?

35. CB Keion Crossen
36. WR Robbie Chosen
37. TE Eric Saubert
38. P Jake Bailey
39. WR River Cracraft
40. QB Mike White
41. QB Skylar Thompson
42. CB Nik Needham
43. S Verone McKinley
44. CB Noah Igbinoghene
45. S Justin Bethel
46. RB Salvon Ahmed
47. LS Blake Ferguson
48. LB Malik Reed
49. K Jason Sanders
50. S DeShon Elliott
51. CB Trill Williams
52. RB Myles Gaskin
53. WR Erik Ezukanma
54. TE Tyler Kroft
55. CB Elijah Campbell
56. FB John Lovett
57. DT Josiah Bronson
58. OT Cedric Ogbuehi
59. LB Mitchell Agude
60. LB Channing Tindall
61. LB Aubrey Miller
62. DT Brandon Pili
63. WR Braylon Sanders


There’s a pretty steep drop-off after the top 60 or so, but that’s the reality for every good team. If your 30th-best player and your 70th-best player are interchangeable, odds are you have a bad roster.

64. OT Kendall Lamm
65. WR Elijah Higgins
66. OT Ryan Hayes
67. WR Tanner Conner
68. WR Freddie Swain
69. OT Kion Smith
70. DT Jaylen Twyman
71. TE Julian Hill
72. OT Geron Christian

Camp Body

Could one of these 16 emerge over the next six weeks and steal a roster spot? Sure. But the best realistic outcome for the following players is earning a spot on the practice squad.

73. CB Tino Ellis
74. LB Cameron Goode
75. G Lester Cotton
76. CB Bryce Thompson
77. LB Garrett Nelson
78. RB Chris Brooks
79. DE Randy Charlton
80. WR Chris Coleman
81. WR Daewood Davis
82. DT Anthony Montalvo
83. S Keidron Smith
84. OT James Tunstill
85. P Michael Turk
86. OL Alama Uluave
87. S Bennett Williams
88. QB James Blackman

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