Miami Dolphins Make Cuts To End Camp

The Miami Dolphins made two cuts at the end of their mandatory mini camp on Thursday. Quarterback Logan Thomas, and defensive tackle Charles Tuaau.

Reports are saying that quarterback Logan Thomas did not impress the coaching staff in mini camp these past few days.  Logan has superior arm strength but his accuracy was lacking all camp.

Thomas was claimed off waivers from the Arizona Cardinals at the start of last season. He was the primary quarterback for the practice squad in Miami and was going to be the main competition with Matt Moore for the back up role to Ryan Tannehill.

After releasing Thomas Thursday, the Miami Dolphins are looking to keep QB Brandon Doughty who was selected in the seventh-round of this years draft, and QB Zack Dysert who was with new head coach Adam Gase in Chicago.

Defensive tackle Charles Tuaau, who spent last season with the Kansas City Chiefs and was signed by the Dolphins as a reserve/free agent this January.  Reports are saying that Tuaau did not impress in mini camp and made the decision easy for the coaching staff to release him.

I like the decisions that HC Adam Gase and his coaching staff are making from draft day to present. I really feel that they are making the hard decisions that have to be made for the Miami Dolphins to be successful this coming season.

FINS UP!!!    

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