The Miami Dolphins signed offensive tackle Michael Phillipp following a successful rookie minicamp tryout.
Phillip was previously with the Cleveland Browns before being released.
He played collegiately at Oregon State, starting at left tackle and right tackle.
He had 48 career starts.
Meanwhile, the Dolphins cut defensive back Deion Belue (Alabama) and offensive linemen Michael Ola (Montreal Alouettes) and David Hurd (Arkansas).
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