This past off-season saw yet another upheaval for the Miami Dolphins when the much beleaguered general manager Jeff Ireland agreed to leave the team (read fired for not falling in line with the owner's wishes) and Tampa Bays Dennis Hickey was brought on board as the new general manager. While there seem to be some massive differences in the approach of the two men to acquiring talent one thing that is probably going to remain the same is the churning of the bottom of the roster.
To that end the Dolphins laid claim to two players today bringing in rookie corner Sammy Seamster from the Ravens and safety Brandian Ross from the Raiders. To make room on the 53 man roster the team also waived DB Don Jones and WR Damian Williams.
To the practice squad today the Dolphins signed former Miami Hurricanes wide-out Tommy Streeter who played for the Ravens in 2012 and spent last season on the Bills practice squad. Quarterback Seth Lobato is also expected to be signed to the practice squad sometime today. That will leave the Dolphins 8 additional positions on the squad to fill.