Frerotte in; Konrad out

The Dolphins have made a couple more roster moves, and significant ones at that, with quarterback Gus Frerotte agreeing to contract terms and fullback Rob Konrad being released.

The Dolphins had yet to announce the Frerotte signing as of Tuesday afternoon, but Minnesota vice president of football operations Rob Brzezinski said the quarterback was leaving the Vikings for Miami.

Besides, Frerotte was quoted in Miami papers as saying he was told there would be open competition for the starting quarterback job.

Frerotte is an 11-year veteran who spent the last two seasons backing Daunte Culpepper with the Vikings under offensive coordinator Scott Linehan.

As for Konrad, he was scheduled to make about $900,000 in 2005 and reportedly had been offered in a trade during the offseason.

Konrad always looked like someone who could have done a lot for the Dolphins offense, but he was never utilized all that much and injuries also crept up too regularly.


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