Miami Dolphins Re-Sign DE Rob Rose to Practice Squad

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Miami Dolphins Re-Sign DE Rob Rose to Practice Squad
Rob Rose played for the Seahawks in the 2010 preseason before being claimed off waivers by the Dolphins.

Two days after waiving him to make room for re-signed cornerback Evan Oglesby, the Miami Dolphins have re-signed defensive end Rob Rose to their practice squad.

The 6-foot-4, 297-pound Rose spent the Dolphins' regular season opener on the active roster after being claimed off of waivers from the Seattle Seahawks during final cuts.

He then spent two weeks on the practice squad before being promoted back to the active roster on Sept. 29, where he remained until this Tuesday.

Despite being on the active roster for four of the Dolphins' six games this season, the undrafted rookie from Ohio State has yet to dress and play in a regular season contest.

Rose was once again inactive this past Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers, while fellow rookie defensive end Clifton Geathers made his NFL debut and played in a reserve role just a day after being promoted from the practice squad Saturday.

Geathers appears to have jumped Rose on the depth chart for the moment, although it wouldn't be a surprise to see these two shuffled some more before the season is over.

As always, check out the updated projected depth chart reflecting these transactions here.

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Chris J. Nelson majored in journalism at Georgia State University and is currently a programming coordinator for Turner Sports in Atlanta. He operates his own Miami Dolphins website, The Miami Dolphins Spotlight, and he can be followed on Twitter here.

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