David Hurd

Dolphins Waive Three Rookies

The Dolphins have waived a trio of players following the completion of their rookie minicamp, the team announced today (via Twitter). Miami has parted ways with defensive back Deion Belue and offensive linemen David Hurd and Michael Ola.

Belue and Hurd were signed as undrafted free agents on May 15th. Belue spent two years at Northeast Mississippi Community College before transferring to Alabama. With the Tide, the cornerback started 24 of 25 games. Hurd is a 6-6 offensive tackle out of Arkansas.

Ola was undrafted out of Hampton in 2011 and briefly played in the arena league. He spent the last two seasons playing in the CFL with the Montreal Alouettes. The right tackle was signed to a reserve contract in early February.

Dolphins Sign 21 Undrafted Free Agents

THURSDAY, 4:25pm: Add one more player to the Dolphins’ undrafted free agent class, as USC safety Demetrius Wright showed up on today’s transaction wire, per Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun (via Twitter).

WEDNESDAY, 10:44am: The Dolphins have signed two more undrafted free agents, bringing their total to 20. Former Arizona State defensive end Gannon Conway and Tulane running back Orleans Darkwa have also showed up on the league’s transaction wire for the Dolphins, per Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald.

MONDAY, 6:06pm: The Dolphins have made their undrafted free agent signings official today announcing their 18 new players via their official Twitter account.

Here are all the Dolphins’ signings:

  • Deion Belue, DB, Alabama
  • Steven Clarke, DB, Vanderbilt
  • Tariq Edwards, LB, Virginia Tech
  • Evan Finkenberg, OL, Arizona State
  • Harold Hoskins, TE, Marshall
  • David Hurd, OL, Arkansas
  • Anthony Johnson, DT, LSU
  • Derrell Johnson, LB, East Carolina
  • Kamal Johnson, DT, Temple
  • Ryan Lankford, WR, Illinois
  • Tyler Larsen, OL, Utah St.
  • Tevin Mims, DE, South Florida
  • Garrison Smith, DT, Georgia
  • Marcus Thompson, LB, Rutgers
  • Davonte Wallace, OL, New Mexico State
  • Damien Williams, RB, Oklahoma
  • Andrew Wilson, LB, Missouri
  • Rantavious Wooten, WR, Georgia