Found April 06, 2012 on Phin Nation:
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The Miami Dolphins made an under-the-radar signing on Thursday, agreeing to terms with former Vikings safety, Tyrell Johnson.  Johnson was a 2nd round pick of the Vikings in 2008 and adds depth to the safety position.  It’s likely Johnson will come in and compete for either the starting strong or free safety spot with the [...]
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