Let the free agent parade begin
After working out several players Monday evening and Tuesday, the team added veteran Lance Schulters and rookie Quentin Moses to their roster.
Schulters, a 32-year-old safety, played for the Dolphins in 2005 after a career that took him to Tennessee and San Francisco. He was most recently on the Atlanta Falcons roster. Schulters signed Tuesday evening.
Moses, a University of Georgia All-SEC player in 2006, also signed Tuesday.
Moses was a third-round pick of the Oakland Raiders this year but was cut by that team during training camp. He went to Arizona and lasted a few weeks there before being cut again. Now he's on the Dolphins radar.
Moses is 6-5 and 260 and might have been an even higher draft pick had he come out after his junior year at Georgia when he had 11.5 sacks. He slumped his senior season and is clearly something of a project now. The guy benched 225 pounds only 11 times in the Indy Combine last spring so he has to work on his upper body strength.
Anyway, the Dolphins were looking at safeties following the injury to Renaldo Hill. The signing of Schulters hopefully means Cameron Worrell won't be used as a pagan sacrificial offering to opposing receivers anymore.