Quality OL depth is hard to find, so, I was surprised that we actually let him go. While he is tweener depth, he is good enough to generate interest around the league. He's been in the system, so, there isn't much of a learning curve.
Jason Leiser wrote:
It’s been quite a week for Dolphins offensive tackle Sam Young. He ended the preseason as the team’s first option as a backup tackle, then was released Sunday and now he’s back with the team.https://www.palmbeachpost.com/sports/fo ... YhMvqBqzO/
Miami re-signed Young about 24 hours after cutting him ...
A year ago, Miami cut Young hoping to avoid guaranteeing his salary for the full season with the intention of bringing him back shortly, but that wasn’t going to work once he drew interest from at least one other team, so the Dolphins quickly re-signed him. It’s possible the same situation played out this year.