6'1'' / 208 lbs
Ramsey recorded one tackle, two pass deflections and two interceptions in Sunday's 20-13 win over the Raiders.
The All-Pro cornerback has now posted three interceptions through three games, which is two more than any other Dolphin on the year. Miami's defense has been substantially better when Ramsey is on the field, allowing just over 205 passing yards per game when he plays compared to 256 yards per game when he doesn't. Expect Ramsey to continue wreaking havoc in the Dolphins' secondary as the year goes on.
Fantasy Points by Week 2022
Weekly Stats 2022
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|11 @NO||Dome undefined°||undefined||NaNth||2.5||39.5||56||2||5||0||100%||0||0||0||0||0||0||undefined||undefined|
|15 @GB||Outdoor undefined°||undefined||NaNth||7.5||39.5||71||3||3||0||50%||0||0||0||0||0||0||undefined||undefined|
|16 DEN||Outdoor undefined°||undefined||NaNth||3.5||35.5||64||1||4||0||50%||3||1||0||0||0||0||undefined||undefined|
|17 @LAC||Outdoor undefined°||undefined||NaNth||6.5||40.5||64||1||2||0||75%||1||0||0||0||0||0||undefined||undefined|
Performance Splits: 2020 to 2022
Career Stats by Season: 2016 to 2022
Ramsey had one tackle and an interception in Sunday's 31-17 win over the Patriots.
Ramsey made his presence felt immediately in his return from knee surgery, intercepting Mac Jones on a pass intended for Kendrick Bourne and returned it 49 yards to help set up the Dolphins for a field goal. Ramsey also forced a fumble on Ezekiel Elliott at the beginning of the second quarter, but the ball went out of bounds. Ramsey's return was a welcome one with Xavien Howard (groin) ruled out for the contest, and the two of them will form a formidable cornerback duo once fully healthy.
Ramsey is active for Sunday's contest against the Patriots.
Ramsey was removed from the team's injured reserve list Saturday after ramping up his intensity and reps in practice this week. His return is a welcome one with safety Jevon Holland (concussion) and cornerback Xavien Howard (groin) out for Sunday's game.
Ramsey (knee) has been activated off the Dolphins' injured reserve list and is questionable for Sunday's contest against the Eagles.
Ramsey has been upping his practice reps and intensity throughout the week. Though he's listed questionable, Adam Schefter of ESPN reported Thursday that the Dolphins are expecting Ramsey to make his 2023 season debut against the divisional rival Patriots. The 2016 first-round pick was acquired by Miami in March from the Rams in exchange for a third-round pick but missed training camp after sustaining a knee injury in late July at the beginning of training camp. Ramsey's return is a welcome one for the Dolphins' secondary, who could be without Xavien Howard (groin) for a second straight week.
Ramsey (knee) is planning to return from injured reserve on Sunday against the Patriots, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Ramsey was designated to return from injured reserve prior to Miami's Week 7 matchup against the Eagles. He's steadily picked up his practice participation since and took 7-on-7 reps Wednesday. Ramsey will officially need to be activated from injured reserve to suit up, though he appears to be in line to make his Dolphins debut.
Ramsey (knee) saw an increase in reps and intensity at Wednesday's practice, Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network reports.
Ramsey also took reps with the starting defense during 7-on-7 drills. The star cornerback is looking to make his season debut after suffering a torn meniscus in July. He returned to practice last week, but ultimately did not play Week 7.
Ramsey (knee) will remain on injured reserve and not play in Sunday's game in Philadelphia, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com reports.
Ramsey returned to practice this week with three limited sessions, and his 21-day window to come off IR opened as a result. He is looking to return from a torn meniscus that required surgery in late July. The star corner's next opportunity to make his season debut will come in Week 8 versus the Patriots.
Ramsey (knee) will practice Wednesday, opening his 21-day window to return from injured reserve, Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network reports.
Ramsey underwent surgery to address a torn left meniscus in July, but he's nearing a return to action, well before original projections that had him likely to sit out until December. Wolfe adds that Ramsey won't play in Sunday's game against the Eagles, but a Week 8 return against the Patriots could be a realistic outcome for the star cornerback if he progresses through practice as Miami's training staff hopes. Ramsey's return could provide a significant defensive boost for the Dolphins, who are off to a 5-1 start primarily due to their league-best offense, which is averaging 37.2 PPG.
Ramsey is "far ahead of his schedule" from the surgery he underwent in late July to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee and could be ready to return to practice as soon as this week, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
At the time surgery was performed, Ramsey had been projected for a December return to game action, but just two and a half months after having the procedure, the six-time Pro Bowl cornerback is already healing faster than anticipated. The Dolphins will presumably re-evaluate the 28-year-old Monday or Tuesday before deciding whether to open his 21-day evaluation window at some point during the upcoming week. Whenever Ramsey is cleared to practice, Pelissero relays that he'll be ramped up gradually. With that in mind, Ramsey is probably unlikely to play in a highly-anticipated Week 7 game against the Eagles, but a return from injured reserve at any point thereafter suddenly looks more realistic.