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Lynn Bowden will wear No. 15 in Miami (because he’s a WR, not a RB)

Lynn Bowden is back to his natural position in Miami, his new home after the Raiders shipped him to the Dolphins for a future fourth-round draft pick.

The Raiders had Bowden with the running backs, wearing a running back’s number, the No. 33, but Mike Mayock didn’t like the direction things were going with Bowden trying a brand new position in his first NFL training camp. (Imagine that, Mike, ya big dummy.)

Lynn Bowden addresses trade rumors: “Don’t believe everything you read”

Now Bowden is in the No. 15, a wide receiver’s number, in Miami. The Dolphins are excited to have him as a slot receiver.

Article written by Drew Franklin

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4 Comments for Lynn Bowden will wear No. 15 in Miami (because he’s a WR, not a RB)



  1. Tom Bombadil
    5:49 pm September 8, 2020 Permalink

    Oakland Raiders stepped in doodoo! Haaaaa Look…it’s plainly obvious how to use L.B. Kentucky put him in every single position to prosper not only for UK, but for himself as a wide receiver and a ‘Wildcat’QB.
    Duh! Oakland! Goobers! L.B is not muscle head! He is a playmaker plain and simple! UK gave the NFL the L.B blueprint!
    GO L.B!
    Go CATS!



  2. DelrayCat
    6:06 pm September 8, 2020 Permalink

    Unfortunately Bowden will probably be stashed on the scout team most of this year. Plus they already have a good slot receiver in Albert Wilson, plus they drafted the do-everthing QB from Navy Malcolm Perry who will, like Bowden, be a slot receiver/wildcat QB. However, the Fish will only keep 2 QBs. Regardless, it is a good fit. And Miami will be a surprise team this year.



    • BBNnCLE
      6:32 pm September 8, 2020 Permalink

      Wilson opted out of 2020 and Perry, like Bowden in OAK, is learning a new position. I like Lynn’s chances to see the field a lot next year



  3. rackemii
    9:01 pm September 8, 2020 Permalink

    I follow Kentucky, and only watch Miami every year… it looks promising, Albert Wilson opted out.. Bowden gets #15 which belonged to Wilson… plus I can see him being a Taysom hill if needed … hopeful anyways. Go cats