Aug 30, 2012
After a disappointing preseason, Miami Dolphins General Manager Jeff Ireland will work out veteran wide receiver Donte Stallworth. According to a report by Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Ireland is “hosting a number of workouts for receivers at the team’s Davie facility today and a league source confirmed that Donte Stallworth, who was cut from the New England Patriots earlier this week, is one of those players.”
Stallworth is somewhat of an odd choice considering the fact that he struck and killed a pedestrian in South Florida while a member of the Cleveland Browns in 2009. The 10-year veteran pleaded guilty and served just 24 days in jail and two-years of house arrest.
If he is able to make the team, Stallworth could have some fantasy value as a low-end number three wide receiver in very deep leagues. The fact that the Dolphins very little talent at the wide receiver position could give Stallworth a chance to receive multiple targets each game.