Breaking News: Just IN Miami Dolphins Announced THE Signing OF Another Experienced Star From NFL

Last season, the Miami Dolphins’ receiving group had an outstanding performance, finishing first in receiving yards, fourth in receiving touchdowns, third in receiving first downs, and tenth in targets.

Due to its hectic offseason, Miami was unable to re-sign every wide receiver available in free agency. The New Orleans Saints have signed Cedrick Wilson Jr., while Robbie Chosen and Chase Claypool are still unrestricted free agents.

Cracraft signed on October 17 to join Denver’s practice squad after going undrafted in the 2017 NFL Draft. On October 20, the team released him, and on December 18, he signed again to be a member of the practice squad. In 2017, he did not participate in any regular season games.

In eight games with Denver in 2018, Cracraft recorded one 44-yard reception on two targets, three 43-yard kick returns, and twelve 40-yard punt returns.

On September 1, Cracraft was dismissed by Denver; on September 11, he resigned; and on September 24, he was waived. In2019, he participated in just one game with Denver but did not register any stats.
He was added to Philadelphia’s practice squad on December 24, he signed a reserve/future contract on January 6, then on April 30 the organization dismissed him.
On August 27, Cracraft was signed by San Francisco. In 2020, Cracraft participated in eight games and recorded six 41-yard receptions on nine targets in addition to five 40-yard punt returns.

On August 24, San Francisco released Cracraft, but a few days later, they added him back to the practice squad. In 2021, he participated in six games but did not record any stats. Jan. 29: The team waived him.

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