Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Dolphins Extend Culver's Contract


The Miami Dolphins have signed Tyrone Culver to a 3 year, $3.225 million contract, which keeps him in Miami through 2011.

The deal breaks down as follows:

2009: $ 875,000
2010: $ 1,100,000
2011: $ 1,250,000

Culver was the reserve strong safety behind Yeremiah Bell in 2008, also coming in to the game on BIG nickel packages when they played 3 safeties. He is expected to play the same role in 2009 with the reserve free-safety position being up for grabs between rookie Chris Clemons, Courtney Bryan, and Ethan Kilmer.

3 comments:

  1. The Knight who says Ni!June 23, 2009 at 7:59 AM

    It's a good signing, he showed some potential last year and it appears he continued to impress in the OTAs and minicamps. This is a guy being rewarded for his hard work.

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  2. I don't think I'm getting paid enough...

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  3. VERY HAPPY about this signing!! He and Walden have been MY favorite diamonds since their initial plays as DOLPHINS!!!

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