We mentioned earlier this morning that three teams had shown some degree of interest in free agent cornerback Stanford Routt.
But while the Dolphins were one of those teams, they’re not interested in signing him at the moment, according to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald.
The Dolphins certainly have a positional need, having just placed Richard Marshall on IR and given up 433 yards passing to the Colts. But they aren’t inclined to fill that spot with a veteran of Routt’s resume (or price range) at the moment.
The fact the Raiders and Chiefs both paid him and then gave up on him should be some degree of red flag, and the Dolphins are apparently content to let the Cardinals and Lions wave it if they want.