Miami Dolphins Cuts Tracker 2023: Who Made the 53?

The 2023 Miami Dolphins cuts tracker is live. Who makes the team's 53-man roster?

The 2023 Miami Dolphins cuts tracker is here. The Dolphins need to shed some three-dozen players ahead of Tuesday’s 4 p.m. roster deadline. Will they keep three quarterbacks? How many running backs, wide receivers, and defensive backs make the cut? We get into it all.

Miami Dolphins Cuts: A Look at 53-Man Roster

When a player has been reported cut, we will cross his name off the list with a strikethrough line.

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By the roster deadline, the Dolphins should be down to 53 players. Some, like Jalen Ramsey, will appear on this list before going on injured reserve on Wednesday, a procedural move that allows injured players to return to the team later in the season.

Quarterback (3)

  • James Blackman
  • Tua Tagovailoa
  • Skylar Thompson
  • Mike White

Running Back/Fullback (6)

  • De’Von Achane
  • Salvon Ahmed
  • Chris Brooks
  • Myles Gaskin SOURCE: ESPN
  • Alec Ingold
  • Raheem Mostert
  • Jeff Wilson Jr.

Wide Receiver (6)

  • Braxton Berrios
  • Robbie Chosen SOURCE: Jordan Schultz
  • Chris Coleman SOURCE: Miami Herald
  • Keke Coutee
  • River Cracraft
  • Daewood Davis SOURCE: Miami Herald
  • Erik Ezukanma
  • Tyreek Hill
  • Braylon Sanders
  • Jaylen Waddle
  • Cedrick Wilson Jr.

Tight End (2)

  • Tanner Conner
  • Elijah Higgins SOURCE: Miami Herald
  • Julian Hill
  • Tyler Kroft
  • Eric Saubert SOURCE: Miami Herald
  • Durham Smythe

Offensive Tackle (4)

  • Terron Armstead
  • Geron Christian SOURCE: Miami Herald
  • Ryan Hayes SOURCE: Miami Herald
  • Austin Jackson
  • Kendall Lamm
  • Cedric Ogbuehi
  • Kion Smith
  • James Tunstall

Interior Offensive Line (6)

  • Liam Eichenberg
  • Lester Cotton
  • Dan Feeney SOURCE: Chicago Sun-Times
  • Robert Hunt
  • Robert Jones
  • Alama Uluave SOURCE: Miami Herald
  • Connor Williams
  • Isaiah Wynn

Defensive Line (5)

  • Josiah Bronson SOURCE: NFL Network
  • Randy Charlton
  • Raekwon Davis
  • Da’Shawn Hand SOURCE: Miami Herald
  • Emmanuel Ogbah
  • Brandon Pili
  • Zach Sieler
  • Jaylen Twyman SOURCE: ESPN
  • Christian Wilkins
  • Jamal Woods SOURCE: Miami Herald

Linebacker (7)

  • Mitchell Agude
  • Jerome Baker
  • Bradley Chubb
  • Cameron Goode SOURCE: Miami Herald
  • A.J. Johnson
  • David Long Jr.
  • Aubrey Miller II SOURCE: Miami Herald
  • Garrett Nelson
  • Jaelan Phillips
  • Malik Reed SOURCE: ESPN
  • Duke Riley
  • Channing Tindall
  • Andrew Van Ginkel

Cornerback (6)

  • Eli Apple
  • Justin Bethel
  • Ethan Bonner SOURCE: Miami Herald
  • Xavien Howard
  • Noah Igbinoghene SOURCE: CBS
  • Kelvin Joseph
  • Kader Kohou
  • Parry Nickerson
  • Jalen Ramsey
  • Cam Smith
  • Bryce Thompson SOURCE: Miami Herald

Safety/Defensive Back (5)

  • Elijah Campbell
  • Keion Crossen (IR)
  • DeShon Elliott
  • Jevon Holland
  • Brandon Jones
  • Verone McKinley III
  • Jamal Perry SOURCE: Miami Herald
  • Keidron Smith
  • Trill Williams SOURCE: Miami Herald

Special Teams (3)

  • Jake Bailey
  • Blake Ferguson
  • Jason Sanders

Miami Dolphins Cuts Analysis

    • The Dolphins have placed Nik Needham on reserve/PUP and Keion Crossen and Eric Saubert on IR.
    • 2020 first-round pick Noah Igbinoghene was not among the Dolphins players spotted at practice Tuesday. Here’s why: He’s been traded to the Dallas Cowboys for Kelvin Joseph.
  • Defensive tackle Christian Wilkins was in uniform and participated in practice Tuesday. Wilkins had been holding in due to unhappiness over his contract.
  • Other Dolphins not spotted at practice (they’ve been dealing with injuries): Liam Eichenberg, Jeff Wilson, and Justin Bethel.
  • Neither Julian Hill nor Tanner Conner were at practice either.
  • The Gaskin release — without a Jonathan Taylor trade lined up — shows how confident the Dolphins are in their running back depth.
  • Feeney has been the odd man in the interior line for some time. Credit Grier for extracting some vaiue (sixth-round pick) for his $2 million dead cap figure.
  • With Twyman gone, the path is cleared for undrafted rookie Pili to make the 53.
  • Reed is a notable name, but his game just wasn’t good enough this summer. He joins Michell Agude and Cameron Goode as fringe EDGE players who did not make the 53.
  • Cedrick Wilson’s contract has been reworked, per Jonathan Jones. The deal lowers his base salary to $2 million, with a $3 million signing bonus. The contract will void after 2023 and will save $3 million in cap space in 2023.
  • The Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson reports that the Dolphins intend to bring McKinley back after moving injured players who hope to play in ’23 to the IR.

This is a developing story and will be updated constantly between now and 4 p.m. Tuesday.

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