Alabi a Popular Player

Of the nine players let go by the Dolphins on Monday, offensive tackle Anthony Alabi became the first one to find a new job. And it didn't take long. Turns out other teams around the league thought a lot more of Alabi than the Dolphins did.

Alabi was claimed off waivers by not one, not two, not three, but four teams this week after being let go by the Dolphins.

The four teams were Cleveland, Denver, Houston and Kansas City, and Alabi was awarded by the Chiefs on the basis of last year's standings.

There also was a report suggesting that veteran wide receiver Marty Booker is interested in returning to Chicago, although it remains to be seen whether the Bears share that interest.

COACHING NEWS: A couple of former Dolphins assistants have found jobs, with Terry Shea getting hired as quarterbacks coach in St. Louis and Travis Jones landing a job as assistant defensive line coach with the New Orleans Saints.


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