Dolphins receivers DeVante Parker and Albert Wilson were both evaluated for concussions during the second quarter and did not return, further hampering a depleted roster during the final stretch of the season.
Hurns would see an increase in workload if Parker and Wilson can't go in Week 15. Hollins, Ford and Davis are also up next and it would mean bad news for QB Ryan Fitzpatrick. The Dolphins offense only scored seven field goals Sunday against the Jets.
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.
With Matthews gone, the Eagles must feel good about getting Jeffery and Agholor back sooner than later. But Ward also factored into the picture in Week 12 against the Seahawk and the team may just feel better about Ward vs. Matthews at this point. The Eagles WR situation is a mess and QB Carson Wentz has suffered especially as of late as a result.