Miami Dolphins Sign Journeyman NT Montavious Stanley

July 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Two days after signing veteran defensive end Marques Douglas, the Miami Dolphins have added more depth to their defensive front by signing nose tackle Montavious Stanley.

A four-year NFL veteran and journeyman, Stanley (6-2, 302) will likely compete for a reserve spot at nose tackle in 2010.

With Stanley's signing the Dolphins now have 78 players on their 80-man offseason roster. One player will need to be released when the Dolphins ink their three unsigned players—draft picks Jared Odrick and Koai Misi and restricted free agent Ronnie Brown.


Drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the sixth round out of Louisville in 2006, Stanley failed to make the team's active roster out of training camp and joined the St. Louis Rams' practice squad to begin the regular season.

The Jacksonville Jaguars signed Stanley to their active roster just eight days later. He played in three games and recorded four tackles, half a sack, and a forced fumb...

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