Dolphins put Luke Falk on IR, promote Nick O’Leary

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The Dolphins are down to three quarterbacks on their 53-man roster.

The team announced on Friday that rookie Luke Falk has been placed on injured reserve. Falk was limited in practice on Wednesday and Thursday due to a wrist injury and he sat out entirely on Friday before the roster move.

Falk was a sixth-round pick by the Titans this year and joined the Dolphins as a waiver claim in September. He had not been active for any games this season. Brock Osweiler and David Fales remain on hand as backups to Ryan Tannehill.

The Dolphins filled the roster spot by promoting tight end Nick O’Leary from their practice squad. The 2015 sixth-round pick spent the last three years with the Bills and had 32 career catches for 473 yards and two touchdowns.

8 responses to “Dolphins put Luke Falk on IR, promote Nick O’Leary

  1. I saw Luke when he came to Boulder a few years ago. Absolutely gorgeous ball. I think he can have a long productive career as a Fitzpatrick kind of player.

  2. Gase and the front office better get control of this roster and all the injuries or this season will be out of control in a few weeks.
    Carrying that many QBs is just foolish to do. We need so much help in other spots its ridiculous.

  3. “Lockport Lax says:
    October 5, 2018 at 5:53 pm
    O’Rielly was a fan favorite here in Buffalo, for some reason they cut him.”


    If he was such a fan favorite in Buffalo how is it you don’t know his name? It’s O’Leary, not O’Rielly.

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