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Dolphins and a Gaitor

Former FIU cornerback Anthony Gaitor can come home again if he can make the Dolphins final roster after they signed him Wednesday.

Gaitor played 12 games over his first two seasons with Tampa Bay, his second season being interrupted by a hamstring injury. He was the first player Tampa Bay on whom used the new "injured reserve/designated to return" tag and he did return to start two games late in 2012.The Buccaneers dropped the regular injured reserve tag on Gaitor after tearing knee ligaments in a preseason game against the Dolphins last year then dropped Gaitor earlier this month.

He'll get a shot as a nickel corner with the Dolphins.

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Great news on Gaitor.
Relentless DB and doesn't shy away from contact...Good luck!!!

Good luck to Gaitor. Injuries hurt him, hopefully he makes Fins squad because we know Fins could use him.

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