Malik Rosier will attend Dolphins’ rookie minicamp

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University of Miami quarterback Malik Rosier went undrafted, but that doesn’t mean his career is over.

The Dolphins invited Rosier to attend their rookie minicamp this weekend, and he has accepted, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.

Rosier was a two-year starter at UM, completing 53.3 percent of his passes for 4,543 yards with 34 touchdowns and 25 interceptions. He also ran for 831 yards and 12 touchdowns.

The Dolphins signed free agent Ryan Fitzpatrick and traded for Josh Rosen, the 10th overall pick in 2018, to join Jake Ruddock in their quarterbacks room.

9 responses to “Malik Rosier will attend Dolphins’ rookie minicamp

  1. Staring at these stats. Trying to figure out what happened?
    2017 – 3120 Yards, 26 TD, 0 Int
    2018 – 1053 Yards, 6 TD, 8 Int

  2. 46 tds and 5300 yards is pretty good. I wonder what’s up with his accuracy that im sure lead to many of the 25 ints.

  3. Dolphins would have won 3 Super Bowls since 1989 if they drafted locally all these years. Look at how much talent slipped through the Dolphins … right out of Miami. The one guy they took high … Yatil Green got hurt. J Brophy was a bust …. like the dolphins had no CLUE about the U

  4. tearsofadolphinfan says:
    May 7, 2019 at 10:42 pm
    Dolphins would have won 3 Super Bowls since 1989 if they drafted locally all these years. Look at how much talent slipped through the Dolphins … right out of Miami. The one guy they took high … Yatil Green got hurt. J Brophy was a bust …. like the dolphins had no CLUE about the U

    Dolphins drafted Randall Hill and Vernon Carey in the 1st round.

  5. tearsofadolphinfan says:
    May 7, 2019 at 10:42 pm
    Dolphins would have won 3 Super Bowls since 1989 if they drafted locally all these years. Look at how much talent slipped through the Dolphins … right out of Miami. The one guy they took high … Yatil Green got hurt. J Brophy was a bust …. like the dolphins had no CLUE about the U
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    So, they missed out on drafting Frank Gore, Reggie Wayne, and Ray Lewis. They still wouldn’t have had a QB to throw the ball.

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