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Miami Dolphins roster cuts add center Sam Brenner, safety Cedric Thompson to the list

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The Miami Dolphins have released reserve center Sam Brenner and safety Cedric Thompson

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It may not be a shocking, end-of-the-world type of surprise, but it is a surprise. The Miami Dolphins, as they make their way toward the 53-man regular season roster, have released backup center Sam Brenner.

Brenner has been with Miami since 2013 when he was signed as an undrafted free agent out of Utah. He has played guard and center for Miami, serving as Mike Pouncey's primary backup for much of that time. The Dolphins signed free agent Samson Satele last year to take over as the starting center when Pouncey was injured, leaving Brenner as the backup. He has four career starts, all as a rookie.

The team also released safety Cedric Thompson, who was on the roster bubble for most of the Preseason, showing flashes but never being able to consistently climb up the depth chart.

You can follow all of the cut announcements in our StoryStream, and see the updated roster here.