The Miami Dolphins concluded their three day rookie minicamp today. While the media was only allowed into one day of the workouts, the team spent Friday through today taking a look at the 66 players involved in the minicamp. Of those, the majority were camp tryouts and undrafted free agents. Sadly, when minicamp ends, so do the NFL dreams of some of those players.
The Miami Dolphins announced today they had waived Deion Belue, David Hurd, and Michael Ola. Belue signed with Miami after the Draft this year, coming out of Alabama where he recorded 20 tackles, three pass defenses, and an interception in 11 games at cornerback.
Hurd spent his college career at Arkansas, where he played offensive tackle, before signing as an undrafted free agent with Miami this year.
Ola came to Miami out of the Canadian Football League after being undrafted by the NFL in 2011. He played briefly in the Arena Football League then spent 2012 and 2013 with the Montreal Alouettes, primarily as a right tackle, but was likely considered a guard in the NFL.
The team has not announced any corresponding signings to fill the roster spots.