Dolphins place Justin Coleman on COVID list, make two roster moves at safety

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The Miami Dolphins thought they were finding their way out of their COVID-19 outbreak on Monday when they returned Jaylen Waddle and Jevon Holland from the reserve/COVID list, however, another player has landed on it.

Defensive back Justin Coleman is being placed on the team’s reserve/COVID list, as the Dolphins announced on social media. Coleman is the seventh player to be added to the list in just over a week’s time, and considering he played 63% of the snaps Sunday and has been around his team, it’s possible that there could be more joining him in the coming days.

With this news, the Dolphins also announced that they made two moves at the safety position, as they waived veteran Will Parks and signed Sheldrick Redwine from their practice squad.

Parks has been with the Dolphins for roughly a month and has only appeared in one game (Week 13 vs. the Giants) where he played just four special teams snaps.

Redwine has been back and forth from Miami’s practice squad this season. He played 20 special teams snaps against the Jets on Sunday.