The Dolphins are reuniting with one of their picks in the 2013 NFL Draft.
Miami has been awarded safety Don Jones on waivers from New England, the claiming club said Friday.
In a corresponding roster move, the Dolphins waived first-year cornerback Lowell Rose.
The Dolphins waived the 24-year-old Jones after the preseason, and the Patriots claimed him the next day. In nine games with New England, Jones was credited with eight special teams tackles, according to club statistics.
The Dolphins selected Jones in the seventh round in 2013. The Arkansas State product has appeared in 25 regular season games, including 16 with Miami as a rookie.
The Dolphins and Patriots meet on December 14 in Foxborough. The Dolphins won the first matchup between the clubs in Week One.