Report: Miami Dolphins sign Sheldrick Redwine to 1-year deal

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The Miami Dolphins continue to make moves in the offseason.

According to a Wednesday report, the Dolphins have agreed to a deal with safety Sheldrick Redwine.

The contract is for one year, though the value of the deal is unknown at this time. Redwine spent a portion of the 2021 season with the Dolphins, and it looks like the team wants him back for another go.

Last season, Redwine played in four games with the Dolphins. He recorded two combined tackles.

It will be interesting to see if the former fourth-round pick gets more of an opportunity to play in the upcoming season.

The Dolphins are hoping to put together a strong 2022 campaign and make the playoffs.

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