Miami added three players yesterday for the 2008 season.
They are QB Matt Baker, OL Trey Darilek, and LB Junior Glymph.
Baker (6'2", 212 lbs.) was an undrafted rookie free agent of the Texans in 2006. He played college football at North Carolina. During the 2006-07 season, Baker was a member of the Cowboys' practice squad. During that time, he worked with quarterbacks coach David Lee, who now holds that position for the Dolphins. That familiarity was surely the driving factor behind this move. During the 2007 offseason, Baker spent a short time with the Saints, and then he was signed to the Cardinals practice squad. His only game action came in a preseason game this past season while with the Cardinals. He went 7/13 for 75 yards and a 71.0 QB rating. Baker is 24 years old.
Darilek (6'5", 310 lbs.) was a fourth round draft pick of the Eagles in 2004. He played college football at UTEP. Between 2004-05, Darilek played in 18 games for the Eagles with no starts. In those limited appearances, Darilek committed one penalty and allowed 1.5 sacks. He played with the Cowboys during their 2007 preseason games but ultimately was cut before the season began. He played 5 games for Edmonton in the CFL this season. He can play both T and C. Darilek is 26 years old.
Glymph (6'6", 268 lbs.) was an undrafted rookie free agent of the Packers in 2004. He played college football at Carson-Newman. He spent the 2004-05 seasons with the Falcons where he appeared in 6 games, tallying 9 tackles (8 solo) and 1 sack. In 2005, he also saw some time with the Cowboys. In 2006, he split time between the Ravens, Steelers, and Cowboys. He played in 2 games for the Cowboys in 2006, recording 1 pass defensed. He was with the Cowboys during the 2007 training camp, but was out of football for the '07 regular season. He can play both DE and LB. He is 27 years old.