- Field Yates, ESPN Insider
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Recently released former Patriots wide receiver Donte' Stallworth may not be out of work for long, as he is scheduled to work out for the Miami Dolphins on Thursday, according to Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
Stallworth was released on Monday as part of the team's effort to reduce its roster down to 75 players.
After spending the 2007 season with the Patriots, Stallworth was brought back this offseason on a one-year contract. He, along with Jabar Gaffney, were amongst the familiar faces in the receiving core that were unable to stick around on the active roster, although Stallworth had brights spots during camp, and his character was praised by head coach Bill Belichick.
The Dolphins are currently thin at the receiver position, having traded away Brandon Marshall this offseason, and later signing and subsequently releasing former Patriot Chad Johnson.