Dolphins agree to terms with LB Channing Tindall on rookie contract – The Mercury News

The Miami Dolphins signed linebacker Channing Tindall, the team and his agency, Universal Sports Management, announced on Wednesday afternoon.

Tindall was the Dolphins’ top draft pick in the 2022 NFL draft as a third-round selection, No. 102 overall, because the team traded its picks in the first two rounds in the deal that brought wide receiver Tireek Hill to Miami from the Kansas City Chiefs.

The Dolphins also previously announced deals reached with seventh-round picks in outside linebacker Cameron Goode and quarterback Skylar Thompson.

That leaves just fourth-round pick and wide receiver Erik Ezukanma as the only member of Miami’s four-pick draft class that remains unsigned. Last offseason, the Dolphins went up to the final days before training camp in late July before signing their last two rookies, tight end Hunter Long and offensive lineman Liam Eichenberg. Unsigned members of a draft class still participate in offseason organized team activities.

The Dolphins also have a series of undrafted free agents that have signed with the franchise and are working out with the team in the offseason. Rookies have gone through a rookie minicamp since the late April draft and have also participated in the first week-plus of organized team activities.

Tindall, a Georgia alum and member of college football’s reigning national champions, figures to compete for reserve inside linebacker duties behind Jerome Baker, Elandon Roberts and Duke Riley. The Dolphins also have Sam Eguavoen and Calvin Munson back during OTAs after they were on the active roster last season.


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