Miami Dolphins sign defensive back Trey Flowers for one season, sources say

Miami Dolphins sign defensive back Trey Flowers for one season, sources say

Trey Flowers already knows the defensive scheme used by defensive coordinator Josh Boyer.

the defensive end Trey’s Flowers reached an agreement for a contract of one season with the Miami Dolphinsa source told Adam Schefter to ESPN this Sunday.

flowerswho was released by the Detroit Lions last March, he had recently auditioned for the dolphins.

In 2019, the the Lions converted the double champion of the superbowl in one of the richest defensive players in the game with a five-year, $90 million deal, with $56 million guaranteed, but flowers he hasn’t been able to stay healthy for the past two seasons.

The 29-year-old defensive end was placed on injured reserve during the 2020 and 2021 seasons, and had just 3.5 quarterback sacks overall over that two-year span. He had seven sacks in his first season with the the Lionswhile he played 15 games.

flowers is familiar with the defensive scheme used by the defensive coordinator Josh Boyerhaving played similar patterns in his first two seasons with the the Lionsas well as during his first four years as a member of the New England Patriots. Boyer He is a former defensive assistant for the patriots.

flowers had 21 sacks in his first four seasons with the patriots. He also had 5.5 sacks in nine playoff games for the franchise. New Englandand won two rings from patriots with this franchise.

The defender entered NFL as the fourth-round pick, No. 101 overall, for the patriots in the 2015 NFL Draftcoming from Arkansas Razorbacks. Still, flowers has 31.5 sacks, 37 tackles for loss, 10 forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries and 261 total tackles.

Information from Eric Woodyard was used in writing this note.

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