Despite injuries at the position, Miami Dolphins cut wide receiver Antonio Callaway
The Miami Dolphins waived Antonio Callaway on Monday and switched from the third-year recipient despite significant injury concerns.
DeVante Parker and Jakeem Grant both missed Sunday's game with a hamstring injury. Yet Callaway did not see a single attack when the Dolphins beat the Patriots.
He was cut by the team about 24 hours later, meaning Callaway spent more time on the banned list than on the active roster this year.
Callaway, who joined the practice group in late summer, missed the first eight weeks of the 2020 season when he met his league-mandated penalty for repeated drug abuse policy violations.
Callaway's release came four days after missing a Dolphins training session for an unspecified, uninjured reason.
And on Sunday he logged a total of two special team snaps, with Brian Flores and Chan Gailey playing Mack Hollins, Lynn Bowden Jr., and Isaiah Ford at the position instead.
Since entering the league fourth, the Booker T. Washington graduate and University of Florida product have been suspended twice, and the second punishment resulted in his release by the Cleveland Browns last fall.
With Callaway gone, the Dolphins may signal a return from Parker and / or Grant this weekend.
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