Boston back

Wide receiver David Boston will get a second chance to make an impact with the Dolphins after all. The controversial former Pro Bowl selection rejoined the Dolphins on Wednesday when he signed a one-year contract.

Boston had been expected to sign with San Francisco and be reunited with receivers coach Jerry Sullivan after he was released by the Dolphins earlier in the offseason, but new 49ers head coach Mike Nolan decided against the move.

That put Boston back on the way to Miami, where he will try to resurrect his career after a lost 2004 season.

Acquired in the offseason after one tumultuous year with San Diego, Boston never got a chance to reward the Dolphins' faith because he tore a patellar tendon during workouts with the Houston Texans.

Boston joins a Dolphins wide receiver corps that didn't have a lot of proven talent behind Chris Chambers and Marty Booker, last year's starters.

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