Hollins recorded zero catches in eight games with the Eagles, but the Dolphins clearly see something in Hollins, as they had a high waiver priority. Hollins will likely be at the bottom of the wide receiver depth chart but it will still be interesting to see how Miami works with Hollins after his rough 2019 with the Eagles.
The hamstring continues to bother Thielen and unless something changes soon, he may not be available again when the Vikings face the Lions on Sunday. Cook being limited is a good sign. He felt good about his chances of getting back on the field rather quickly after Monday's game against the Seahawks, so it's good to see he's already back on the practice field, even if it's just in a limited capacity for now, as the team might just be easing him through the week before Sunday.
Head coach Zac Taylor made the announcement Wednesday. At this point, you might as well forget about Green in 2019, both from a fantasy and a reality perspective. You have to wonder if Green is simply keeping himself fresh for 2020 in the hopes of landing a new contract, whether that is from the Bengals or another team. He likely doesn't want to risk himself for a team that is the favorite for the No. 1 pick in April's draft. You wouldn't have thought Green would be waiver-wire fodder in the fantasy playoffs, but here we are.