No Boston comeback

Wide receiver David Boston's big plans to be able to come back from his knee injury this season were squashed on Tuesday when the Dolphins placed him on injured reserve, ending his season. It was one of five roster moves the team made.

The Dolphins also waived running back Renaldo Works, placed WR/DB Bobby Sippio and guard Eric Wilson on IR, and placed safety Shawn Wooden on reserve/PUP.

Wooden will be eligible to come back after the sixth week of the regular season.

The moves left the Dolphins at 74 players. They have nine roster exemptions for players who participated in NFL Europe.

That means the Dolphins will have to make 21 cuts before Sunday's 4 p.m. deadline.

In other news:

-- Coach Dave Wannstedt said Jay Fiedler and A.J. Feeley both will play very little in Friday's preseason finale at New Orleans.

Fiedler will start and play a series or two, followed by Feeley, who will do the same. Sage Rosenfels will finish up the first half and Clint Stoerner will play pretty much the entire second half.

-- Wannstedt said tackle Damion McIntosh could see action in the Sept. 12 opener against Tennessee, but will not start. McIntosh is expected to challenge Wade Smith for the starting left tackle job once he's back at 100 percent.

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