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Dolphins claim Seamster, Ross, add Streeter to PS

The Dolphins are churning the roster again so far today.

The team, needing pure corners, claimed Ravens rookie Sammy Seamster off waivers, according to the Baltimore Sun. The club also claimed safety Brandian Ross from the Raiders. Ross was originally signed by the Packers in 2011.

GM Dennis Hickey has confirmed the additions. He also says the team has waived defensive back Don Jones and receiver Damian Williams.

Seamster fits the Dolphins mold in that he is from a small school, although still FBS.

Seamster, undrafted in the 2014 draft, signed with Batlimore as an undrafted free agent. The Dolphins now have six undrafted rookie free agents on the 53 man roster, tying them for the NFL lead this year.

Seamster appeared in 44 career including 10 starts. He had 69 tackles, including three for loss with one interception and four forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries.

Ross, re-signed by the Raiders as an exclusive rights free agent, is scheduled to make $570,000 and is under contract for this year only. Ross recorded 75 tackles and two sacks in 13 starts for the Raiders in 2013.

The Dolphins are also compiling their 10-man practice practice squad squad and one player they have added is former University of Miami wide receiver Tommy Streeter.

Streeter, on the Ravens regular roster in 2012 and on the practice squad for the Bills in '13, has never caught a pass in the NFL.

Streeter, 6-5 and 219 pounds, was drafted in sixth round in 2012.

Hickey said the team will fill all 10 practice squad openings. QB Seth Lobato will fill one of those, according to a source.