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Dolphins sign DL Igor Olshansky

The Dolphins are getting kinda sorta predictable in their comings and going of players.

The Larry Johnson contract termination was not hard to see coming down the pike.

The addition of a defensive linemen or defensive back was not hard to see coming to replace him. And if someone is going to sign, of course, he has to be a former Dallas Cowboy.

So the Dolphins have today added defensive end Igor Olshanksy.

Olshansky, from Dnepropetrovsk in the Ukraine, actually signed with the Cowboys after the current Dolphins administration left Dallas. He nonetheless is a another Dallas castoff joining the Dolphins.

He was cut by the Cowboys prior to the start of the season. He played for San Diego before that. He is necessary because Tony McDaniel has a hand injury that will cause him to miss some time, but perhaps not so much time that Miami wanted to put him on injured reserve and lose him for the season.

And so here we are. Anyway, I need some levity. Ah, this should do the trick: