Antuan Edwards heads south

Safety Antuan Edwards, whose Packer career has been peppered with injuries, has agreed to terms with the Miami Dolphins, according to reports.<p>

Edwards is expected to sign a one-year deal with Miami Monday or Tuesday.

Edwards started 10 games for the Packers last year, contributing 43 tackles and an interception, but was sidelined with ankle and hamstring injuries. He has not played a full season since his rookie campaign of 1999 when Green Bay selected him in the first round (25th overall).

From 2000 to 2003, Edwards missed 27 games with a variety of injuries, ranging from a torn ACL to a broken arm.

Edwards' career totals inlcude 43 games played, 8 starts, 96 tackles, one sack, 6 interceptions, a fumble recovery, a forced fumble and one touchdown.

The 26-year-old safety will join Arturo Freeman in vying for the starting spot vacated by Miami's perennial Pro Bowler Brock Marion who was released for salary cap reasons and signed with the Lions.

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