The Miami Dolphins announced the waiving of quarterback Logan Thomas and defensive tackle Charles Tuaau on Thursday. The moves come a few hours after the team wrapped up their final mandatory minicamp practices.
Thomas joined the Dolphins for the 2015 season, with stints on both the active roster and the practice squad. He was promoted to the active roster in December, spending three weeks on the 53-man roster but was inactive for all three games. Miami promoted him after other teams began working to poach him from the practice squad. He joined the Dolphins after being awarded to the team off a waiver claim after spending the 2014 season with the Arizona Cardinals, who had selected him in the fourth round of that year’s Draft.
Tuaau initially entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent signed by the Kansas City Chiefs in 2015. He spent training camp with the Chiefs before being released. He initially joined the Dolphins as a reserve/futures contract signing in January.
No corresponding roster additions were announced by the Dolphins. The team is awaiting the reinstatement decision from the NFL on suspended defensive end Dion Jordan. The team now has 88 players against the NFL’s 90-man roster limit.