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The Miami Dolphins are keeping a number of free agents from their 2022 roster around for at least another season with the team.
On Friday afternoon, the Dolphins agreed to bring back another unrestricted free agent, signing wide receiver River Cracraft, according to the Miami Herald’s Barry Jackson. The deal is said to be for just one year.
Cracraft, 28, followed head coach Mike McDaniel and wide receivers coach Wes Welker to Miami after they spent two years together in San Francisco.
The former Washington State wideout started last year on the team’s practice squad, but after being elevated in the first three weeks, he was signed to the team’s active roster.
In 11 games, Cracraft brought in nine receptions for 102 yards and two touchdowns.
With the depth at the position, he’ll likely be fighting for a fringe spot once again.