Friday, March 20, 2015

Dolphins sign Delmas, James, Moore to one-year deals

The Miami Dolphins took care of some roster management Friday, bringing back three different players on one-year contracts.

Starting with the offense, the team re-upped quarterback Matt Moore and running back LaMichael James, according to the team's website.

Moore, who's played in 18 games in his four years with the 'Phins, will continue to offer his backup services for Ryan Tannehill, while James will start his second season with Miami after being acquired midway through the 2014 season from San Francisco. The details of both contracts have not yet been announced.

On the defensive side of the ball, safety Louis Delmas has rejoined the secondary, reportedly signing the identical deal he had the year prior. Following a knee injury in December, the seven-year vet said in a conference call Friday that he'll "definitely" be ready for the team's season opener, while admitting he felt like he disappointed his teammates last season.

For more on the safety's interview Friday, click here.

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