2022 Player Outlook
The Dolphins were not shy this offseason when it came to making splashes and Edmonds was one of the names that took their talents to south beach after four seasons in Arizona. 2021 saw Edmonds on pace for a career year but he, unfortunately, was limited to just 12 games due to injury. In those 12 games Edmonds ran for 592 yards and two scores while adding 43 receptions on 53 targets for 311 yards. Edmonds likely starts the year as the Dolphins starting running back but should continue to play a similar role where he makes a greater impact as a pass-catcher than someone who handles the majority of the workload running the football.