The Dolphins continued to shuffle at the lower end of the WR room as the cut oft-injured Freddie Swain and signed former Texan Keke Coutee.
This move is predominantly a camp depth / practice squad consideration move as neither Swain, or Coutee ever had much chance of making the 53-man roster.
DOLPHINS DEPTH SO MUCH BETTER THAN PAST YEARS
While Coutee may not have a shot at making the 53-man roster, he is the physical embodiment of how far this Miami roster has come over the last few years. A 5-year veteran with 966-yards and 4 touchdowns to his name, the former fourth round pick would’ve made the Dolphins roster just three years ago.
While he has never reached his potential, Coutee represents a solid depth receiver, and much in Mike McDaniel’s model he has 4.43 speed. WR Coach Wes Welker has overseen one hell of an upgrade at the position in his 1+ years at the helm, and this could benefit Coutee if he can become more consistent.