Dolphins’ initial 53-man roster to start the 2022 season

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The Miami Dolphins have been extremely active this week, as they’ve followed the NFL’s protocols to have 53 players on their roster by Tuesday at 4 p.m. ET.

With all of these moves, came a few surprises, as there were some veterans that didn’t end up making the team and some rookies who stayed around.

While there will almost certainly be changes in the coming days with waiver claims or signings, this is the first look at the Dolphins’ initial 53-man roster heading into the 2022 season.

Quarterback

  • Tua Tagovailoa

  • Teddy Bridgewater

  • Skylar Thompson

Running back/Fullback

  • Chase Edmonds

  • Raheem Mostert

  • Myles Gaskin

  • Salvon Ahmed

  • Alec Ingold

Wide receiver

  • Tyreek Hill

  • Jaylen Waddle

  • Cedrick Wilson Jr.

  • Erik Ezukanma

  • Trent Sherfield

Tight end

  • Mike Gesicki

  • Durham Smythe

  • Hunter Long

  • Cethan Carter

  • Tanner Conner

Offensive line

  • Terron Armstead

  • Liam Eichenberg

  • Connor Williams

  • Robert Hunt

  • Austin Jackson

  • Greg Little

  • Michael Deiter

  • Robert Jones

Defensive line

  • Emmanuel Ogbah

  • Christian Wilkins

  • Zach Sieler

  • Trey Flowers

  • Raekwon Davis

  • John Jenkins

Linebacker

  • Jerome Baker

  • Jaelan Phillips

  • Melvin Ingram

  • Elandon Roberts

  • Andrew Van Ginkel

  • Sam Eguavoen

  • Duke Riley

  • Channing Tindall

Cornerback

  • Xavien Howard

  • Nik Needham

  • Keion Crossen

  • Noah Igbinoghene

  • Elijah Campbell

  • Kader Kohou

Safety

  • Jevon Holland

  • Brandon Jones

  • Eric Rowe

  • Clayton Fejedelem

Specialist

  • Jason Sanders

  • Thomas Morstead

  • Blake Ferguson

Story originally appeared on Dolphins Wire