I don’t blame you. We’ve been preoccupied with, well, other things.
Life goes on, and the Miami Dolphins were busy making tweaks to the offensive line.
Here are the transactions you may have missed:
- On Friday, the team announced the signing of Kwayde Miller. Miller became part of the 2017 UDFA haul of the Los Angeles Rams but waived by the team 17 days later. Miller started 28 games at LT for the Aztecs of San Diego State.
- On Friday, the team announced tackle Avery Young’s activation off the non-football injury list. Young became part of the 2016 UDFA haul of the New Orleans Saints. The Saints waived him in late February, 2017. The Dolphins signed him in late March, 2017, and had been on that NFI-list for a little over a month. He started 3 years for the Auburn Tigers, and attended high school in Palm Beach.
- Yesterday, the team announced waiving tackle Terry Poole. Originally a 2015 4th round pick of the Seattle Seahawks, he was stashed on the Seahawks practice squad in 2015. After failing to make an impression in the subsequent offseason and training camp with the Seahawks, the Dolphins poached him and placed him on the 2016 practice squad in January, 2017.
- Yesterday, the team announced signing guard Isame Faciane. Faciane is a converted defensive tackle from Florida International University, and was originally a part of the 2014 UDFA haul of the Minnesota Vikings. He had been off-and-on with the Minnesota practice squad in 2014 and 2015, and spent time in 2016 on the Minnesota and Buffalo Bills practice squad.