Dolphins cut Jake Rudock, sign Reid Sinnett to practice squad

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The Dolphins don’t have Josh Rosen anymore. They don’t have Jake Rudock either.

The team swapped out third-string quarterbacks Monday.

Miami cut Rudock to create a spot on the practice squad for Reid Sinnett. He will backup Ryan Fitzpatrick and Tua Tagovailoa.

Sinnett, who played at the University of San Diego, was an undrafted rookie who signed with Tampa Bay this spring. He spent training camp with the Bucs, who cut him from the practice squad after signing Rosen last week.

As a fifth-year senior, Sinnett threw for 3,528 yards, 32 touchdowns with 10 interceptions while also running for six scores.

Rudock spent all of last season on the Dolphins’ practice squad. The Dolphins cut him at the start of training camp in July.

4 responses to “Dolphins cut Jake Rudock, sign Reid Sinnett to practice squad

  1. I think a rudderless ship is in Miami. The boat just goes around in circles. They change captains from time to time, but with no rudder, the ship just keeps going in circles.

  2. I think a rudderless ship is in Miami. The boat just goes around in circles. They change captains from time to time, but with no rudder, the ship just keeps going in circles.

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    You got all that from a practice squad QB swap? Things in Miami are finally looking up, extremely young team with a ton of potential. The future looks bright in MIA and I am excited to see Tua start LATER in the season when everything else is gelling.

  3. Dolphins front office has absolutely no clue what they’re doing with personnel, only been this way for about 17 years now.

  4. Sham Gailey, the Dolphin’s OC, ran the most vanilla offense since the days of Adam Gase and Dave Wandstett. The Patriots just had to put pressure on Fitz and contain the line of scrimmage knowing Sham wouldn’t call anything but predictable plays. It’s time we went with a younger OC and retire our 90-year old OC.

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