The final open spot on the roster was filled today with the signing of DT Anthony Bryant.
Bryant (6'3", 335 lbs.) was a sixth-round draft pick of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2005. He is 25 years old. With his size, Bryant will likely serve as additional depth behind Keith Traylor, Paul Soliai, and Steve Fifita at the nose tackle position. Miami now has 12 defensive lineman on the roster.
Here is a look at his career stats:
In other news, the team has begun to use RB Lorenzo Booker at wide receiver in practice. Anything that will increase his chances of seeing the field on game day is a good move at this point. Coming in, we all knew he was going to struggle as a pure runner. His strengths are working in space and catching the football. With Chambers gone, there is now room for an addition to the WR corps and I think that Booker could definitely fill it.