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Dolphins add undrafted players to the roster

The Dolphins are confirming the signing of nine undrafted free agents that will be present at this weekend's minicamp, which starts Friday.

The team has signed:

Stanford running back Anthony Kimble, New Mexico wide receiver Chris Williams, nose tackle Louis Ellis of Shaw College, Oregon guard Mark Lewis, Tulsa wide receiver Brennan Marion, Central Washington tight end Jared Bronson, Purdue defensive end Ryan Baker, Virginia Tech defensive end Orion Martin, Houston offensive lineman SirVincent Rogers.

Most of these guys will be forgotten by the end of the summer. One or two might make the roster or practice squad. Let's hope. The Dolphins will also bring tryout players to the camp that will be there without contracts, but with hopes of impressing and getting an offer.

Welcome to Miami, gentlemen.


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Hey JPizzle-why are you singing the praises of Pat White? If PW were that good, he would have been a first rounder. I watched Pat White at WVU on many a Saturday and saw yes he's fast but I don't think has the qb instincts. While he may be a good fit for the wildcat formation, taking over at starting qb over Chad Henne-get real! Henne has the size & arm strength to get the job done. It's just a matter of time before he becomes the qb of the fins. Pennington is in his last contract year and would serve in a backup role in 2010 (if the fins decided to resign him). The fins are making progress. Go fins!

serious question mando: where would i go to get a tryout for the dolphins?

Armando must be asleep at the wheel again. Too many questions on here and no answers for them

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