Another successor in Miami Dolphins will give up the 2020 season.
Albert Wilson informed the Dolphins that he had decided to postpone the campaign.
“It’s not an easy decision to make …” Wilson wrote on Twitter. “I decided to give up this 2020 season. It was a very difficult choice, but since the day I started playing the game, it has always been Faith Family Football. Because of this crazy weather, I choose to put my family in the best situation. Take a good look. I will stand by my teammates and brothers to support them 1
Dolphins coach Brian Flores said in a statement: “I support Albert’s decision. I know he made it for his family. I want what’s best for Albert, as I do for all our players.”
Wilson joins Fins associate Alan Hearns, who also resigned this week.
Wilson, 28, appears to have played a big role in the Dolphin offense as a slot receiver next to DeVante Parker. Wilson and Hearns’ rejections leave Miami very young and weak in the receiver.
Parker is poised to be the Dolphins’ №1 goal, with Preston Williams at №2 if he fully recovers from an ACL tear by the start of the season. The rest of the broad corps includes Gary Jennings, Isaiah Ford, Jake Grant, Mc Hollins and UDFAs Matt Cole and Kirk Merritt.
Whether Tua Tagovailoa or Ryan Fitzpatrick won Week 1 with the start of the QB concert, their work only got harder after the WR news this week. We knew that 2020 would cause depth for the teams. Dolphins discover this truth early.
Players have until Thursday from 16:00 ET to cancel the 2020 season.