Dolphins Officially Cut 32 Players

     

The Miami Dolphins have officially cut their roster down to 53 players ahead of today’s deadline. 

Roster Cuts:

  1. WR Brice Butler
  2. DE Tank Carradine
  3. CB Tyler Patmon
  4. TE Dwayne Allen (injury settlement) 
  5. LB Quentin Poling (Injured)
  6. C Tony Adams
  7. CB Cornell Armstrong
  8. CB Jalen Davis
  9. LB Nick Deluca
  10. G Michael Dunn
  11. LS Wesley Farnsworth
  12. RB Kenneth Farrow
  13. WR Isaiah Ford
  14. OL Kyle Fuller
  15. DE Dewayne Hendrix
  16. DE Tyrone Holmes
  17. WR Reece Horn
  18. WR Trenton Irwin
  19. OT Jaryd Jones-Smith
  20. DT Joey Mbu
  21. CB Torry McTyer
  22. OL Aaron Monteiro
  23. CB Nik Needham
  24. DT Jamiyus Pittman
  25. DT Durval Queiroz Neto
  26. WR T.J. Rahming
  27. CB David Rivers
  28. QB Jake Ruddock
  29. S Maurice Smith
  30. LB Terrance Smith
  31. DT Cory Thomas
  32. LB Tre Watson

Other Roster Moves:

Allen, 29, is a former third-round pick of the Colts back in 2012. He signed a four-year, $29.4 million contract that included $16 million with the Colts in 2016 before he was traded to the Patriots for the 2017 season.

The Patriots elected to release Allen in March. The Dolphins signed him for two years and $7 million, but was placed on their Physically Unable to Perform list last month and was activated after a week.

In 2018, Allen appeared in 13 games for the Patriots and caught just three passes for 27 yards receiving and no touchdowns.

Rudock, 25, is a former sixth-round pick by the Lions of the 2016 NFL Draft. Detroit elected to waive him as they trimmed down to the 53-man limit at the start of the 2016 season and they signed him to their practice squad after clearing waivers.

Rudock managed to make the 53-man roster in 2017 and returned to the Lions on an exclusive rights free agent last year. Detroit waived Rudock coming out of the preseason and later signed him to their practice squad.

The Dolphins signed him to a contract a few months ago.

In 2017, Rudock appeared in three games for the Lions and completed three of five pass attempts for 24 yards and an interception.

Butler, 29, is a former seventh-round pick of the Raiders back in 2013. He spent two years in Oakland before he was traded to the Cowboys for the 2015 season.

The Cowboys re-signed Butler to a one-year contract in 2017 and he finished out the season in Dallas. Butler joined the Cardinals back in April on a two-year contract, but was cut loose coming out of the preseason.

Butler returned to the Cowboys for a brief stint last year before catching on with the Dolphins. 

In 2018, Butler appeared in eight games for the Cowboys and Dolphins and caught six passes for 60 yards and a touchdown.

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