The Miami Dolphins have filled their open practice squad spot, signing undrafted rookie Kory Sperry.
Sperry replaces offensive tackle Nate Garner, who was promoted to the active roster yesterday after tight end Davon Drew was waived/injured.
A two-sport star from Pueblo, Colo., Sperry played sparingly (say that five times fast!) as a true freshman at Colorado State in 2004 before starting in 2005 and earning honorable mention All-Mountain West Conference honors.
After a solid junior year in 2006 with 380 yards and five touchdowns, Sperry suffered a torn ACL just two games into his senior season in 2007. He petitioned the NCAA for a medical hardship waiver, granting him a fifth year of eligibility.
Sperry returned to full str ...
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