Dolphins reach deal with fifth-rounder Curtis Weaver

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The Dolphins are working their way through their rookie signings.

According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, the Dolphins have agreed to terms with fifth-rounder Curtis Weaver.

Weaver, a pass-rusher from Boise State, finished his college career as the Mountain West Conference’s all-time sack leader (34 in three seasons). He had 13.5 sacks last year.

The Dolphins signed fourth-rounder Solomon Kindley yesterday, as they chip away at their 11-man draft class.

3 responses to “Dolphins reach deal with fifth-rounder Curtis Weaver

  1. Would rather have the past play by play guy Rick Weaver.

    Draft was a complete disaster for the Phins!

  2. From Pro Football Focus before the draft….
    Draft Board Rank: 26th
    Weaver is a PFF favorite for what he’s done as a pass-rusher in his time at Boise State. He produced 20 or more combined sacks and hits in each of his three seasons with the Broncos and is the only edge we’ve graded to have back-to-back pass-rushing grades over 92.0. His hands are right up there with Chase Young’s for some of the best in this class, and his best work often came as an interior rusher on third downs.

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