Danny Amendola ‘iffy’ to return to Miami Dolphins
The Miami Dolphins have ushered in some major changes this offseason with their coaching staff. It appears players like wide receiver Danny Amendola will have to see how their prospects play out this summer.
Although the Dolphins have a number of voids to fill on their roster, it seems they will be focusing on an overhaul in their receiving corps. According to Adam H. Beasley of The Miami Herald, the future of wide receivers Danny Amendola and Davante Parker are all but guaranteed.
All but gone.
Iffy to stay
This is certainly an interesting development for the Dolphins. The new coaching staff has raved about the future of wide receiver Albert Wilson. However, they have not been as praiseworthy about any of the other wideouts on the roster.
Miami has been trying to part ways with Parker for quite some time now. Meanwhile, wide receiver Kenny Stills has given them little reason to keep him around moving forward since they would save $4 million toward the salary cap if they cut him. The potential overhaul could result in Amendola being a casualty of their upcoming cuts.
He signed a two-year deal with the Dolphins last offseason. Unfortunately, he largely underwhelmed after finishing the 2018 campaign with just 59 receptions for 575 yards and a touchdown in 15 games. Miami will not be penalized if they do decide to cut him. Given their current rebuild on offense, it does not seem too far-fetched for them to part ways. Then again, his familiarity with head coach Brian Flores could be enough for them to keep him around.