Miami Dolphins Sign WR Brooks Foster To Practice Squad

September 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Miami Dolphins signed second-year wide receiver Brooks Foster to their practice squad Wednesday, according to a blog post by Omar Kelly.

Foster takes the practice squad spot of defensive end Rob Rose, who was promoted to the active roster today following the release of linebacker Erik Walden.

The addition of Foster gives the Dolphins two wide receivers on the practice squad (along with Julius Pruitt) and seven in all added to the five on the active roster.

As with all practice squad players, Foster will make roughly $5,200 per week. He will not be eligible to play in games without being signed to the active roster, and any other NFL team can sign him to their active roster if they choose.


A South Carolina native, Foster red-shirted on the North Carolina Tar Heels' football team in 2004 and walked onto the men's basketball team, where he won a national championship under head coach Roy Williams.


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