Miami Dolphins release veteran running back Sony Michel

Miami Dolphins release veteran running back Sony Michel

The Dolphins roster is down to 67 players after changes made on Tuesday, including the release of the two-time Super Bowl champion running back.

MIAMI — The Miami Dolphins they cut the veteran runner Sony Michel Monday, part of the franchise’s 13 moves before Tuesday’s deadline to narrow its roster to 53 players.

The bone dolphins they also cut the wide receiver Mohammad Sanoudefensive back Quincy Wilson and offensive lineman Adam Pankey. Miami offensive lineman released Blaise Andriesdefensive linemen Niles Scott there Owen Carney Jr.runners Gerrid Doaks there ZaQuandre Whiteand corner Elie Hamilton.

El linebacker Calvin Munson he was sent to injured reserve. linebacker Darius Hodge and defensive back D’Angelo Ross have been released/injured and will revert to injured reserve if not claimed via waivers.

michael27, signed a one-year, $2.1 million contract with the dolphins in May, after spending a campaign with Los Angeles Rams. He was key for them down the stretch last season, after becoming the Week 13 starter; his 540 rushing yards from Week 13 through Week 18 was third in the NFL. He grew up in the region of Miamiplaying football for the American Heritage School, about 20 miles from Hard Rock Stadium.

The former first-round pick is a two-time winner of the Superbowl, the first ring arriving with the New England Patriotsand rushed for 3,137 yards and 18 touchdowns in four seasons of NFL.

Miami has a Chase Edmonds, Rahim Mostert, salvon ahmed there Myles Gaskins on their list of running backs, as well as fullbacks Alec Ingold.

The team has until Tuesday at 4 p.m. ET to reach the 53-player limit. The model of dolphins It remained at 67 players, after the trips made on Tuesday.

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