The Dolphins released two more veteran players yesterday in an effort to get the roster down to the 80 player limit. Trent Harris and Avery Moss were two vets who saw plenty of opportunities on defense last season who combined for over 600 snaps on defense. The Dolphins had one of the youngest teams last year and they look like they are going to continue to develop young talent rather than investing in veteran players.
You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below.
Miami Dolphins cut veteran defenders Avery Moss, Trent Harris | Miami Herald
The Miami Dolphins on Sunday cut front-seven defenders Avery Moss and Trent Harris, who saw significant snaps in 2019. Those moves suggest the team is looking to go young again in 2020.
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