of miami dolphins We released running back Sonny Michele in the first wave of roster cuts on Monday.
A first-round pick from Georgia in 2018, Michelle spent his first three years with the New England Patriots, accumulating 2,292 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns in 38 games (28 starts). .
He joined the Los Angeles Rams last season and tallied 845 rushing yards and 4 career touchdowns for 208. He added 21 catches for 128 yards and 1 touchdown. Did.
Michelle has won one with the Patriots, one with the Rams, and two Super Bowls. He signed with Miami this offseason, but appears to have been caught in a deep running backroom featuring Myles Gaskin and Salvo Ahmed, plus free agents Chase Edmonds and Raheem Mostert.
Michael has yet to have a 1,000-yard rushing season in four years in the NFL, and the closest he’s come to that milestone is in his rookie season (931 yards). The Dolphins released him after an unimpressive preseason showing.
Other notable names who are currently free agents are:
Marlon Mack, RB
The Houston Texans have released the veteran running back less than five months after acquiring him. It lost its popularity.
After tallying 1,999 yards and 17 touchdowns in the 2018-19 campaign, Mack has appeared in just seven games over the past two seasons.
The San Francisco 49ers will release Sudfeld, reports NBC Sports Bay Area.
Rookie Brock Purdy, the last pick of the 2022 draft, is on the roster.
The Las Vegas Raiders have abandoned Leatherwood, NFL Network reports.
Las Vegas selected Leatherwood with the 17th overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. The Raiders enter the first year of a new regime with former Patriots offensive his coordinator Josh McDaniels as his head coach.
Ian Book, QB
The New Orleans Saints are releasing a book, NFL Network reports.
New Orleans selected Book, who started one game last season, in the fourth round of the 2021 draft.
The Arizona Cardinals have waived McSorley, NFL Network reports.
McSorley spent 2021 with the Arizona practice team.
The Cleveland Browns cut Rosen after signing him in July, CBS Sports reported.
Buccaneers release veteran safety, per multiple reportsIt’s quite possible Ryan will return to the team after receiving a fair amount of accolades from coaches during the preseason. As a veteran with a vested interest, the 31-year-old defensive back is not subject to waivers and could sign with any club going forward. He tallied a career-high 117 tackles for the Giants last year, entering his seventh season as a full-time starter.
The Philadelphia Eagles are releasing Harris, ESPN reports.
Harris started 14 games for the Eagles last season.
The Minnesota Vikings have cut Mondo, reported Pro Football Network.
Minnesota selected Mondo with the 66th pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, but appeared in just one game as a rookie.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have waived Johnson, according to the Tampa Bay Times.
Johnson has spent the past two seasons with the Buccaneers and has a total of 360 receiving yards in 2021.
The Buffalo Bills have released Howard, NFL Network reports.
After spending the first five seasons of his NFL career with the Buccaneers, Howard signed a one-year deal with Buffalo in the offseason.
The Kansas City Chiefs will release Gordon, NFL Network reports.
Gordon totaled five receptions and one receiving touchdown for the Chiefs last season.
Tony Jefferson, S
The Baltimore Ravens are set to release Jefferson, ESPN reported.
The nine-year veteran put together a strong exhibition season, but the Ravens drafted Kyle Hamilton in the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft and signed former New Orleans Saints star Marcus Williams.
Jefferson appeared in four games for the Ravens last season, recording a total of 17 tackles and one sack.
Jarad Davis, LB
NFL Network reported that the Detroit Lions are planning to release a former first-round pick.
Detroit selected Davis in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft. He started three seasons before being relegated in his fourth year. Davis re-signed with the Lions last season after playing with the New York Jets.
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