Realistically, what do they have to lose? The Dolphins are 0-4, the team is near open rebellion and the winner in the 'race' for the first selection of the 2020 draft is all but ordained. Incumbent starter, Kenyan Drake, is a lock to depart in free agency, if not before, after the end of the season and second-year player Kalen Ballage continues to underwhelm. In week four, Walton carried six times for 23 yards while securing both of his targets for another 11 yards. The fourth round selection in 2018 is long on talent but short on decision making, He was released from the Bengals after his third arrest and never made an impact in his limited role, rushing 14 times for 34 yards and chipping in another 41 yards on 5-of-8 receiving. Miami is looking for young talent and will certainly be willing to 'feed' the young player in 2019 in hopes of determining his upside. As long as he is able to overcome off-the-field distraction(s), Mark Walton will get an opportunity to carve out a role for the future. He's currently found as DLF's RB97 and can be added in deep-roster leagues.