Dolphins release eight players, inclu...

Dolphins release eight players, including S Cameron Worrell

There are 31 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Apr 24, 2008, titled Dolphins release eight players, including S Cameron Worrell. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

The Dolphins did more housecleaning before this weekend's draft by waiving seven players and also releasing safety Cameron Worrell for failing his physical.

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JAK

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#25 Apr 25, 2008
Anyone whose first or last name is Cameron gots to go.
tim t

Bayside, NY

#26 Apr 25, 2008
cam really put this team in a mess
WTF

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#27 Apr 25, 2008
I know Cameron was put in a bad spot but he WON'T be missed. Just not good enough.
WTF

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#28 Apr 25, 2008
dolphindonnieofna"]worrel l had 50 tackles and 3 pases defenced,49 tackle allready in the end zone and 3 passes defenced to the 150 that got on by ,...hate to see him go ,guys got game

Didn't you see Moss playing with him like a puppy?? Get real.
ddofna

AOL

#29 Apr 25, 2008
WTF wrote:
dolphindonnieofna"]worrel l had 50 tackles and 3 pases defenced,49 tackle allready in the end zone and 3 passes defenced to the 150 that got on by ,...hate to see him go ,guys got game
Didn't you see Moss playing with him like a puppy?? Get real.
oh wtf you are sooo guullaabbbllee of course he sucked,lmao

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Raleigh, NC

#30 Apr 25, 2008
Amazing amount of moves prior to this draft!
Nice to see a man with a plan.
JimtheSkinsFan

Nashville, TN

#31 Apr 25, 2008
Who are these guys, anyway?
Tunas Fish

United States

#32 Apr 25, 2008
Please draft QB Brian Brohm

"I Like Brian Brohm, the question to ask is,“has Brian Brohm been overanalyzed?” Brohm came back for his senior year even though many thought he would come out. He had a new coach with Bobby Petrino going to the Falcons and his grades were exceptionally high.

His senior season turned out to be a disaster from a team perspective, finishing 6-6 after being projected as a top ten team by many pundits. It also must have been frustrating to watch a defense give up points in bunches and lose games by scores of 38-31, 44-35, 38-35, and 40-34. Imagine how frustrating it must have been for Brohm, scoring 31 or more points in four different games and losing them all.The interesting thing to me in all this is that Brohm never quit, never bad-mouthed the defense or cried poor me. He was a picture of composure and was a solid teammate according to all reports. In several of those games he brought his team back from big deficits only to see the defense give up another score. The bottom-line for me is that this season will do nothing but help Brian Brohm in his career development. Adversity can bring out the worst in people, but it also reveals character and I believe this kid has a ton of it.

The knocks on him are that the arm is not great, he does not use his hips to throw and struggles to throw on the move with much accuracy. He also has been injured, yet in my mind he showed toughness in the way he played through and how quickly he returned from those injuries. I also have heard that he is a typical coddled superstar, having grown up in Louisville and with his brothers on the staff, and his dad attending practices. All that can be seen as a negative or it can point to a ton of pressure to perform. He shows no characteristics of a spoiled Todd Marinovich type.

Look, he won three state championships in high school. He went to state in baseball and basketball when the high school had no history of success in these sports before his teams. The kid is a winner, having won in college as well. He is extremely smart and I like that family background and the fact that his brother played professional baseball. There is a history of success and support. This may not be the Manning family but the support system is solid. He is a finance major with a 3.75 GPA. He scored high on the Wonderlic.The bottom line; if you can get this guy in the mid to late first round, you are getting a steal."
Mike

AOL

#33 Apr 25, 2008
The Fins dont have ONE player worth a crap anyway.
Edward Teach

Boca Raton, FL

#34 Apr 26, 2008
Ok guys, time to put your college degrees to work!!!
greiseguy

Shreveport, LA

#35 Apr 26, 2008
I feel that this guy played his butt off and worked very hard Good Luck to you Worrell alot of effort from you.

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