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Dolphins cut safety Tyrone Culver

It's is a new day at Dolphins camp and that's often bad news for yesterday's players. Such is the situation for Tyrone Culver, who has been cut by the Dolphins.

The Herald's Adam Beasley reports Culver has been let go today as the Dolphins trim players to make room for the (minimum) four players they have added.

Culver, a stalwart of the Miami dime package and special teams for four years, apparently was made expendable by the addition of Houston free safety Troy Nolan.

Culver was a good player for the Dolphins the past four seasons. But his time in Miami is over.

[Update: Linebackers Jonathan Freeny and Josh Kaddu have also been cut. No surprise here.]

For the day the Dolphins have cut Culver, Freeny Kaddu, and Steve Slaton so far.

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Hopefully Philbin this year takes out the trash - get rid of all the players with no upside, no prospect to ever be a long term keeper - and picks from the waiver wire some players who may be better. Play the best guys and the young guys, coach the hell out of them, develop them, and see who the keepers are - then fill in the holes with the draft picks.

Ireland has done nothing to help this team. We will crash and burn with him in the drivers seat!! I have seen some good players let go and nothing but garbage brought in. Sucks to be a Dolphin Fan! But they are saving money, maybe T.O. will be next.

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