Dolphins could promote Antonio Callaway this week

The Miami Dolphins could promote wide receiver Antonio Callaway from the practice squad this week, writes ESPN.com's Cameron Wolfe.

What It Means:

The Dolphins may look to add some depth after placing Preston Williams (foot) on injured reserve. Callaway was activated off the suspension list after serving a 14-game suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy multiple times. He caught 8 passes on 15 targets for 89 scoreless yards in four games with the Cleveland Browns last season after recording 43 receptions (79 targets) for 586 yards and 5 touchdowns as a rookie. The Dolphins' current receivers behind DeVante Parker consist of Jakeem Grant, Mack Hollins, Lynn Bowden, and Malcolm Perry, so Callaway could wind up with a relevant role in the offense.

Among the 83 receivers with at least 90 targets between 2018 and 2019, Callaway owns the ninth-worst catch percentage (54.3) and ranks 66th in yards per target (7.2). He does check in at 37th in yards per catch (13.2) among that group in that span.