Miami Dolphins Sign Former Dallas Cowboys Linebacker Bobby Carpenter

September 6, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Now five years removed from coaching the Dallas Cowboys, Miami Dolphins' Vice President of Football Operations Bill Parcells continues to add familiar faces to his current squad.
This time, it's former Cowboys inside linebacker Bobby Carpenter, who played four seasons in Dallas after being selected 18th overall out of Ohio State in 2006. He was traded to the St. Louis Rams for offensive tackle Alex Barron in May, but released by the Rams on Saturday.
Carpenter was signed to the active roster and was practicing with the team Monday, sporting Erik Walden's old No. 50. The Dolphins terminated the contract of linebacker Charlie Anderson to make room for Carpenter on the roster.
Carpenter provides veteran depth at inside linebacker with Channing Crowder suffering from a mysterious injury, while Anderson's release clears $2.2 million in salary off the books in 2010.
The Dolphins' active roster currently stands at a full 53 players, with one spot still open on...

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