The Miami Dolphins have a new punter as it’s been reported that the team has signed veteran, Thomas Morstead. Michael Palardy handled punting duties last season, but the team decided to not bring him back after an up and down season. Morstead was considered one of the league’s best punters when he was with the New Orleans Saints, but after a down season in 2020, he was released by the Saints and ended up playing for both the Atlanta Falcons and New York Jets last season.
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Miami Dolphins signing veteran punter Thomas Morstead | Miami Herald
The Dolphins are signing veteran punter Thomas Morstead to a one-year deal, a league source confirmed Friday, addressing one of the team’s remaining roster holes.
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