After announcing that they’ve officially signed defensive end Trey Flowers, and it was reported that running back Gerrid Doaks is being released, the Miami Dolphins were still at 80 players.
According to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, the Dolphins have made another move, as they’ve released wide receiver Mohamad Sanu.
Sanu came into Miami’s camp late, but familiarity with head coach Mike McDaniel’s system due to their time together in San Francisco and Atlanta, meant he wasn’t too far behind.
With four wide receiver spots spoken for, Sanu battled with Trent Sherfield, Preston Williams, River Cracraft, Lynn Bowden Jr. and Braylon Sanders for a spot. Unfortunately, his efforts weren’t enough.