The Miami Dolphins signed six undrafted free agent players this offseason: linebacker Anthony Barr, defensive tackle Dontari Poe, wide receiver Andre Davis, safety Jamal Adams and linebacker Michael Thomas.
All six players signed on the dotted line.
Barr, Poe and Adams all played for the Dolphins last season, so they’re going to be a big help.
Barr was a first-round pick by the Seahawks and Poe played for them in 2012.
Barr also had a solid year for the Vikings last year.
Davis was an undrafted free-agent signing by the Browns last year, so he’s also going to help the Dolphins.
Thomas, a fifth-round draft pick by Jacksonville, is an undrafted player who is a good fit for Miami.
They also signed wide receiver Chris Godwin, who is one of the top receivers in the NFL and will be a great addition to a tight end rotation that features Greg Jennings and Kenny Stills.