Inside Info: Miami Dolphins Claim OT Patrick Brown off Waivers From Jets

September 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In what smells strongly like a strategic move in anticipation for their Sunday night game with the New York Jets, the Miami Dolphins have claimed second-year offensive tackle Patrick Brown off waivers from their hated rival.

Brown was waived by the Jets on Thursday, coincidentally to make room for former Dolphins third-round pick Patrick Turner, who was promoted from the practice squad for receiver depth in the wake of Braylon Edwards' DWI and possibly limited playing time.
No corresponding roster move has been announced, but the Dolphins will need to clear a spot to make room for Brown get back down to 53 players on the active roster.


An Illinois native, Brown started at left tackle as a true freshman for the UCF Knights and went on to start all 50 contests for the team over four seasons. He was a two-time All-Conference USA selection.

Despite his impressive collegiate resumé, Brown went undrafted in the 2009 NFL Draf...

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