Chosen Hoping to Catch On with NFC Team

The former Miami Dolphins wide receiver will be trying out at a minicamp this week.
Robbie Chosen (3) warms up before the game against the Denver Broncos at Hard Rock Stadium last season.
Robbie Chosen (3) warms up before the game against the Denver Broncos at Hard Rock Stadium last season. / Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports
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One of the remaining 2023 members of the Miami Dolphins still without a team will get a chance this week.

Wide receiver Robbie Chosen will be taking part in the Seattle Seahawks minicamp on a tryout basis this week, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.

Chosen remains unsigned after being an unrestricted free agent this offseason following his one year with the Dolphins.

During that 2023 season, Chosen appeared in nine games for the Dolphins but played a total of only 135 offensive snaps (an average of 15 a game). He finished with four catches for 126 yards, the highlight being his 68-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter of the 70-20 rout of the Denver Broncos in the home opener in September.


Chosen was one of five Dolphins wide receivers who were UFAs this offseason; they re-signed Braxton Berrios and River Cracraft; Cedrick Wilson Jr. signed with the New Orleans Saints; Chase Claypool signed with the Buffalo Bills.

Other Dolphins players from the 2023 team still looking for a new team include CB Xavien Howard, DE/OLB Emmanuel Ogbah, C Connor Williams, CB Keion Crossen, CB Eli Apple, TE Tyler Kroft, CB Justin Bethel, OLB Melvin Ingram, OLB Justin Houston, OLB Bruce Irvin, C Jonotthan Harrison and LB Calvin Munson

Alain Poupart


Alain Poupart is the publisher/editor of and co-host of the All Dolphins Podcast. Alain has covered the Miami Dolphins on a full-time basis since 1989 for various publications and media outlets, including Dolphin Digest, The Associated Press, the Dolphins team website, and the Fan Nation Network (part of Sports Illustrated). In addition to being a credentialed member of the Miami Dolphins press corps, Alain has covered three Super Bowls (for, Football News and the Montreal Gazette), the annual NFL draft, the Senior Bowl, and the NFL Scouting Combine. During his almost 40 years in journalism, which began at the now-defunct Miami News, Alain has covered practically every sport at one time or another, from tennis to golf, baseball, basketball and everything in between. The career also included time as a copy editor, including work on several books such as "Still Perfect," an inside look at the Miami Dolphins' 1972 perfect season. A native of Montreal, Canada, whose first language is French, Alain grew up a huge hockey fan but soon developed a love for all sports, including NFL football. He has lived in South Florida since the 1980s.