Though training camp has just begun today, the Miami Dolphins have already trimmed their roster a bit, waiving second-year guard Ray Feinga.
Feinga—a two-time All-Mountain West selection at BYU—went undrafted in the 2009 NFL Draft.
Signed to Miami's practice squad in December after stints with the Rams and Chargers, Feinga was re-signed by the Dolphins following the 2009 season.
The 6-foot-4, 337-pound Feinga was penciled in as the fourth-team left guard behind John Jerry, Nate Garner, and Cory Procter.
Feinga joins Dimitri Tsoumpas as one of two guard released by the Dolphins since yesterday.
With the release of Feinga, the Dolphins now have five guards, 12 offensive linemen, and 80 total players on the active roster.
According to a tweet from Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post, undrafted tight end Jared Bronson has returned to the team one year after failing to report for training camp.
Undrafted out of Central Washington in 2009, Bronson signed with the Dolphins on April 30, 2009, only to be placed on the Reserve/Did Not Report list on Aug. 2.
Bronson's return gives the Dolphins five tight ends, though he is an extreme long shot to make the roster. His No. 89 is now worn by wide receiver Taurus Johnson.
As always, you can check out the updated projected depth chart reflecting these transactions.
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