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Miami Dolphins sign tight end Raymond Webber

DAVIE - The Miami Dolphins signed tight end Raymond Webber, who has played for four NFL teams since 2011, to the 90-player training camp roster. Webber tried out for Miami on Thursday and was signed to replace Brett Brackett, who was released on Thursday, three days after signing with Miami. Webber, who  is currently the University of Arkansas-Pine-Bluff’s record holder for receptions in a game, yards in a game, receptions in a single season and yards in a single season, is 6-foot-2, 237 pounds. As a 218-pound receiver, Webber ran a 4.5 40-yard dash during a pro day workout at Central Arkansas prior to the 2011 draft. He’s since bulked up to play tight end, but has...

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