The Miami Dolphins are slowly working their way through their roster cuts, though the team has yet to officially announce any of them. The league's deadline for teams to be down to the 53-man regular season roster limit is 4pm ET today, so there is a rash of roster moves still to come for Miami, who is down to 65 players with the latest news fro mthe Miami Herald's Barry Jackson:
Dolphins have cut rookie LB Mike Hull but have interest in him for practice squad, according to league source.— Barry Jackson (@flasportsbuzz) September 5, 2015
Hull appeared to have a shot at making the 53-man roster, despite being an undrafted free agent coming into training camp. Miami needs depth at the linebacker position and Hull, along with fellow undrafted free agent Zach Vigil, appeared to be able to provide that. Clearly, with the news that Hull has been released, the Dolphins feel he needs more time to develop and could be looking to try to stash him on the practice squad this year.
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