Jul 24, 2013; Davie, FL, USA; Miami Dolphins quarterback Aaron Corp (3) throws a pass during training camp practice at the Doctors Hospital Training Facility at Nova Southeastern University. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Miami Dolphins release Aaron Corp

Aaron Corp was once a promising quarterback at the University of Southern California, but he ultimately chose to transfer to the Richmond Spiders program Football Championship Subdivision and his climb back to the top began. Unfortunately for Corp, he has yet to find a way to make teams believe that he is worth a roster spot in the NFL.

After being released by the Buffalo Bills and Dallas Cowboys earlier this offseason, Corp got another shot with the Miami Dolphins.

One week in to the team’s training camp, Corp is once again unemployed.

With the team waiving Corp, his empty spot on the roster went to wide receiver Andrell Smith.

Now that the team no longer has Corp for quarterback depth, the Dolphins will head in to their preparation for the Hall of Fame Game with Ryan Tannehill, Matt Moore, and Pat Devlin as the three quarterbacks on the roster. It’s unlikely that Tannehill will play an extended role in the game, so we can expect a heavy dose of Moore and Devlin.

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  • Johnny

    It was expected.. There was no way he could have beat out Devlin for the #3 QB… Instead of a WR, who probably doesn’t have a shot.. They should have brought in a big guy (Oline) .. The line is thin!!! Time to worry??? IDK.. If the OLine is worse then last season, this team is in trouble!!! All the great FA signings and good draft will mean NOTHING!!! (If the Oline doesn’t get it right)

    • Paulmatthew22

      Its hard to tell how good the O-line is when Miamis’ DEFENSIVE front seven is an absolute nightmare,.We have 5 pre-season gms which will help the O-line gel,.If they get another key injury they will get another O-Llineman