In a move that happened two weeks ago (but one I'm just getting to now because of a busy school week when when it originally occurred), the Miami Dolphins signed rookie wide receiver Taurus Johnson to their practice squad.
An undrafted rookie out of South Florida, Johnson took the spot vacated by defensive end Ryan Baker, who was promoted to the active roster before the Dolphins' Week 12 game against the Buffalo Bills.
A Ft. Myers, Fla. native, Johnson played in all 12 games for the USF Bulls as a true freshman in 2005, catching three passes for 35 yards.
As a sophomore in 2006, Johnson caught 37 passes for 494 yards and two touchdowns for the Bulls. He followed that season up with 34 catches for 407 yards and four touchdowns as a junior ...
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Article written by Chris J. Nelson