The Dolphins traded three picks for the right to move up and draft receiver Leonte Carroo back in 2016, but his run in Miami may be over after just two seasons. Carroo faces “mounting odds” to make the team, according to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald.
Although the team apparently loves the “urgency” he’s shown this year, the crowded receiver depth chart seems likely to push him off the roster. Five receivers are already locked into roster spots, and Carroo is competing with a slew of other players for a potential sixth spot. With just ten catches to his name through two seasons, it looks like it could be the end of the line for the oft-injured former 86th overall pick.
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