Dolphins Cut Jonas Gray, Add Mostert

The Dolphins announced a number of moves today (Twitter links), headlined by the release of running back Jonas Gray, who was a member of their taxi squad. Miami has also waived center Sam Brenner while re-signing center/guard Jacques McClendon. Meanwhile, the club has also signed running back/kick returner Raheem Mostert off of the Eagles’ taxi squad and on to their own 53-man roster, per agent Brett Tessler (on Twitter).

It was a quick trip through South Beach for Gray. The tailback was waived by the Patriots on September 5th and three days later, he found a home on the Dolphins’ practice squad. On Friday, he was promoted by the club to the 53-man roster. Days later, he’s in limbo once again. Gray emerged as a potential starter during his 201-yard, four-touchdown performance against the Colts during the 2014 season, but was leapfrogged on the Pats depth chart by LeGarrette Blount and others down the stretch.

The Eagles tried to trade Mostert to Dolphins and other clubs before he was initially waived by the team, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer tweets. Mostert, a UDFA out of Purdue, led the NFL in yards from the line of scrimmage in the preseason with 351 all-purpose yards.

In addition to the moves above, the Dolphins also confirmed the previously reported release of LaMike James and the 53-man roster addition of tight end Jake Stoneburner, who was previously on their practice squad.

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7 comments on “Dolphins Cut Jonas Gray, Add Mostert

  1. Terry

    This was dumb, this guy is the real deal. We seem to give away talent, our rushing game was awesome this weekend..smh

    • David

      Jonas Gray wasn’t even active this weekend against Washington…

  2. Jonny chorizo

    Looks like hickey is playing madden 2015 with this team

  3. Donald

    This is typical of a lot of teams, to make moves after they see players in a full game, or to cut players to make room for positions of need because of injury. We are not giving away talent, we just need players in other places more.

  4. Dustin

    We need offensive line men. Protect the qb and well be ok.

    • Chunner

      I thought the O_Line played well until Albert was shook up.

  5. Chunner

    If Miami would have played their first string players in preseason a little more they would not have been so rusty yesterday this is no need to panic they are going to be fine

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