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Dolphins sign safety to help special teams

Tony Sparano wasn't too pleased with the performance of Miami's special teams on Sunday. They haven't performed well for weeks, actually.

Well, today the team added safety Brannon Condren to help on special teams. Condren was drafted by the Colts out of Troy State two years ago and waived a couple of weeks ago. He was claimed off waivers by the Rams, but they released him over the weekend.

The Dolphins will announce his addition later tonight or Wednesday.

"I'm overly excited," Condren said Tuesday. "Two years ago when I was drafted by the Colts, one of the teams I really was hoping would take me was the Dolphins. I'm from Pensacola and I love it down here. I love the team and the atmosphere down here."

Condren is 6-1 and 205 pounds. He has been told he will be on pretty much all the special teams for the Dolphins.

"We'll see how I do there," Condren said. "And after that, we'll see what happens."

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