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It is starting to get very hard to understand what the line of thinking for the Miami Dolphins is but they continue to make moves that make no sense. On Monday the Miami Dolphins parted ways with 14-year veteran John Denney and signed a no-body to take his position.
The Dolphins continue to churn the bottom of their roster. It was reported earlier Monday that they had released long snapper John Denney. The team confirmed it and announced it has signed Taybor Pepper to take Denney’s spot on the roster.
The John Denneynb游戏平台 era could be over. On Monday morning, the Dolphins released their long snapper and longest-tenured player. Denney, 40, was re-signed in February, setting the 40-year-old up for a 15th season in Miami.
The Miami Dolphins are giving long-snapper John Denney another season with the Dolphins releasing his only competition. According to reports, the Miami Dolphins have ended whatever competition there was between 15-year veteran John Denneynb游戏平台 and Wes Farnsworth.
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Early Friday morning, the Miami Dolphins re-signed LS John Denney to a one-year deal, according to his agent, Ian Greengross. Denney was slated to become an unrestricted free agent, when the official period begins March 13.
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John Denney is one of the underrated leaders on the Dolphins. (Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty Images) DAVIE — John Denney has played in 208 consecutive Miami Dolphins game, which is, obviously, a record.
Mike Hull does more than just play linebacker. (Allen Eyestone/The Post) DAVIE—The NFL is a league of contingency plans, and while the Dolphins haven’t worried much about the long snapper position during John Denney’s 13 years with the team, they do have a backup plan.
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