The Miami Dolphins introduced the signing of offensive lineman Jermaine Eluemunor on Monday, a day forward of the beginning of the workforce’s necessary minicamp. The lone necessary occasion for veterans between the tip of the final season and the beginning of coaching camp, the Dolphins’ minicamp will run from Tuesday by means of Thursday. Eluemunor will probably be part of the workforce for the primary time for the camp as he strikes to South Florida after two seasons with the New England Patriots.
To make roster house for Eluemunor, the Dolphins waived Timon Parris.
Eluemunor was initially a fifth-round choose by the Baltimore Ravens in 2017 out of Texas A&M. He spent two seasons with the Ravens, showing in eight video games as a rookie. He started the 2018 season on the Ravens’ apply squad earlier than shifting as much as the energetic roster mid-season. He was traded to the Patriots in August 2019, showing in 10 video games that season, then was listed because the workforce’s beginning proper deal with in 2020, however noticed an ankle harm sideline him for the center of the season. He nonetheless performed in 12 video games with eight begins final season.
Parris joined the Dolphins in Might after spending time on the Washington Soccer Crew and Cleveland Browns apply squads final 12 months. He has 4 appearances in his profession, all with Washington in 2018 and 2019 after being signed by the membership as an undrafted free agent out of Stony Brook in 2018.