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AFC East Standings

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2023 Rushing

Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
Longest Rush
Fumbles Lost
Regular Season 19 208 11.0 2 67 0

Top De'Von Achane News

  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Eclipses 200-yard mark in win

    Achane rushed 18 times for 203 yards and two touchdowns and brought in all four targets for 30 yards and two more scores in the Dolphins' 70-20 win over the Broncos on Sunday.

    Tasked with No. 2 running back duties as a result of Salvon Ahmed's absence due to a groin injury, Achane ended up making the most of a larger-than-expected workload that he had a role in creating by helping the Dolphins jump out to an insurmountable lead. The explosive rookie scored via both the run and air in the first half, recording an eight-yard first-quarter touchdown rush before finding the end zone on a nifty shovel pass from Tua Tagovailoa from four yards out in the second quarter. Achane would tack on a second receiving score on a 10-yard grab on the first play of the fourth quarter, and he then helped vault the Dolphins to their record-setting point total with a 67-yard burst down the left side with just over eight minutes remaining. Achane's numbers Sunday were indisputably spectacular, but with veteran starter Raheem Mostert scoring four times himself and averaging over six yards per carry, it's highly likely the latter remains the top backfield option for the time being. Nevertheless, Achane's performance should have an immediate impact on his standing on the depth chart, even if Ahmed is able to suit up in a Week 4 divisional road showdown with the Bills.

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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Could be No. 2 back Week 3

    Achane could serve as the top backup to starting running back Raheem Mostert in Sunday's game against the Broncos with Salvon Ahmed (groin) looking unlikely to play and with Jeff Wilson (ribs/finger) on injured reserve for at least two more games, Joe Schad of The Palm Beach Post reports.

    After sitting out Week 1 while getting extra time to recover from a preseason shoulder injury, Achane made his NFL debut in the Dolphins' Week 2 win at New England. Though he handled only a limited role, Achane made the most of his five snaps on offense, carrying once for a five-yard gain and reeling in his lone target for a four-yard gain. Ahmed currently sits directly behind Mostert on the depth chart, but after missing practices Wednesday and Thursday, he appears to be trending toward sitting out this Sunday. An Ahmed absence would pave the way for Achane to step in as the No. 2 option out of the backfield, which would likely come with an increase in both snaps and touches even while Mostert continues to dominate the work.

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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Praised by coach, could play more

    Head coach Mike McDaniel said Achane could serve as the top backup to starter Raheem Mostert in Sunday's game against the Broncos with Salvon Ahmed (groin) set to miss the Dolphins' first two practices of Week 3, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.

    McDaniel said Achane "did well with his opportunities" in his NFL debut Week 2 at New England, carrying once for a five-yard gain and reeling in his lone target for a four-yard gain across five snaps on offense. With Achane's preseason shoulder injury behind him, the rookie third-round pick could be in store for more touches Week 3 if Ahmed joins Jeff Wilson (abdomen) on the sideline.

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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Quiet pro debut

    Achane (shoulder) had one carry for five yards and caught his lone target for four yards in Sunday's 24-17 win over the Patriots.

    Achane was able to make his NFL debut after missing the Dolphins' first game due to a shoulder injury sustained in the preseason. The third-round rookie was used sparingly as starter Raheem Mostert carried the offense with 121 rushing yards and two scores. Fellow backup Salvon Ahmed suffered a groin injury in Sunday's win, so Achane may see his role increase against the Broncos next Sunday.

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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Making NFL debut on SNF

    Achane (shoulder) is active and will make his NFL debut Sunday against the Patriots, Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network reports.

    Achane sat out Miami's Week 1 win over the Chargers, but the 2023 third-round pick is suiting up on SNF against the AFC East rival Patriots. Raheem Mostert -- who doesn't carry an injury designation after battling a knee injury earlier in the week -- is expected to lead Miami's backfield, but Achane's speed could allow him to find success in a change-of-pace role for an offense that remains without Jeff Wilson (abdomen).

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-9, 188 lbs
Birthplace: Missouri City, TX
Age: 21
School: Texas A&M
Experience: R