The Miami Dolphins have announced a series of roster moves made on Sunday, most of which had been reported earlier. The team was awarded the rights to kicker Cody Parkey, from the Cleveland Browns, and linebacker Justin March-Lillard, from the Kansas City Chiefs. The move of adding Parkey led to the release of kicker Andrew Franks, but the other side of the March-Lillard transaction had not been known.
The team’s announcement indicated the team also waived linebacker Trevor Reilly.
Reilly played in two games last year for the Dolphins after they poached him off the New England Patriots’ practice squad. He also has played for the New York Jets, appearing in 29 games. He has 11 career tackle, one forced fumble, and one sack. The Jets selected him in the seventh round of the 2014 draft.
The Dolphins also signed eight players to their ten-man practice squad, bringing back players the released on Saturday; quarterback Brandon Doughty, tight end Thomas Duarte, tackle Sean Hickey, wide receiver Malcolm Lewis, cornerback Jordan Lucas, defensive end Cameron Malveaux, wide receiver Drew Morgan, and running back De’Veon Smith all returned to the team.