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Dolphins might look at Sinorice Moss

NFL teams must cut to 53 players by Saturday and all over the league players that are on the outside looking in are sitting around saying, "Wa happen?"

Giants receiver Sinorice Moss is one of those. According to this article in today's New York Daily News, the 25-year-old Moss is no longer sure if he has a future with the Giants.

Can you see where I'm headed?

Look, Moss is not a star. He's not even a starter.

But he can return punts and kickoffs. And he's very similar to Davone Bess -- only with speed. Did I mention he's from Miami? Did I mention he played for Bill Parcells disciple Tom Coughlin the past three years?

I'm not saying the Dolphins should go get Moss. Heck, if he's cut he'll go through the waiver system first and someone might put in a claim on him.

But I am saying if he's cut and passes waivers, the Dolphins might look at him because he's much more polished, almost as fast, much more proven, and a better wide receiver than say Chris Williams -- a guy the Dolphins coaching staff was seriously considering for a roster spot before punts started bounding off his head.

Just saying...

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