Isaiah Pead
RB MIA (8)
3 days ago

Pead had five carries for 17 yards as Miami defeated Cleveland 30-24 on Sunday.

EDGE Analysis

With Arian Foster (groin) out the Dolphins went with a running back by committee approach. None of the backs truly stood out above the rest so the team may elect to go with the same approach Thursday in Cincinnati assuming Foster will miss another game. Pead would only have value in deep leagues.

Isaiah Pead
RB MIA (8)
4 days ago

Pead is active for Sunday's Week 3 matchup versus the Browns, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald/a> reports.

EDGE Analysis

The fourth-year back stands to see his first playing time of 2016 after flashing enough in preseason to earn a roster spot. Pead is slated to share backup carries with Jay Ajayi and Damien Williams behind designated starter Kenyan Drake.

Isaiah Pead
RB MIA (8)
2 weeks ago

Pead is inactive for Sunday's game against the Patriots.

EDGE Analysis

With Pead and Damien Williams both inactive Sunday, the Dolphins will go with Arian Foster, Jay Ajayi and Kenyan Drake at running back in Week 2.

Isaiah Pead
RB MIA (8)
2 weeks ago

Pead was not on the Dolphins' injury report Wednesday, Joe Schad of the Palm Beach Post reports.

EDGE Analysis

Pead had been dealing with a hamstring issue prior to Week 1, leading to his inactive status for Sunday's loss to the Seahawks. It appears he's healthier this week, but still may not suit up if the Dolphins proceed with less than five running backs. Kenyan Drake and Damien Williams are also candidates to provide depth in the backfield behind Arian Foster (hamstring) and Jay Ajayi.

Isaiah Pead
RB MIA (8)
3 weeks ago

Pead (hamstring) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Seahawks.

EDGE Analysis

With Pead and Jay Ajayi out this week, Damien Williams and rookie Kenyan Drake are next in line on the Dolphins' RB depth chart behind starter Arian Foster.

Isaiah Pead
RB MIA (8)
3 weeks ago

Pead (hamstring) is considered questionable to play Sunday against the Seahawks, the Miami Herald reports

EDGE Analysis

Pead was limited earlier in the week, when reports suggested he'd be unavailable for Sunday's tilt. While his status will have to be confirmed one way or the other prior to Miami's 4:05 ET kickoff in Seattle, the Dolphins could maybe use him more than previously anticipated Sunday, as fellow tailback Jay Ajayi (coach's decision) will not play.

Isaiah Pead
RB MIA (8)
3 weeks ago

Pead (hamstring) was officially a limited practice participant Wednesday.

EDGE Analysis

Previous reports suggested that Pead would be out this week, but his limited practice participation Wednesday suggests that such an outcome won't be locked in -- either way -- before Friday. In any case, Arian Foster and Jay Ajayi are clearly ahead of Pead in the Miami RB pecking order, so Pead's Week 1 availability has limited fantasy implications.

Isaiah Pead
RB MIA (8)
3 weeks ago

Pead (hamstring) returned to practice Wednesday, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.

EDGE Analysis

This is somewhat of a surprise as Pead has already been declared out for the game in Seattle on Sunday. His return however does bode well for his chances to play in Week 2 at New England. When Pead does play however he will run no better than third on the depth chart behind Arian Foster and Jay Ajayi.

Isaiah Pead
RB MIA (8)
3 weeks ago

Pead (hamstring) did not practice Tuesday and will not play in Sunday's Week 1 contest, Armando Salguero of The Miami Herald reports.

EDGE Analysis

Pead has not practiced in over a week due to an uncooperative hamstring. Listed a fourth on the Dolphins' official team depth chart, the 26-year-old was not expected to get much run in Sunday's affair anyhow. Barring any setbacks, Pead could be available for Week 2 action.

Isaiah Pead
RB MIA (8)
1 month ago

Head coach Adam Gase expects Pead (hamstring) to be sidelined for at least two weeks, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.

EDGE Analysis

Pead had roughed up his hamstring during Thursday's preseason tilt against the Falcons, but it was initially thought to be minor. That is evidently not the case anymore, and the Dolphins now have a tough decision to make regarding Pead's future with the team. Though he enjoyed a solid preseason, Miami's RB depth chart is a gallery of tailbacks susceptible to injury and there simply may not be room for an already-injured body.