For the second time this season, the Miami Dolphins have parted ways with former Kansas City Chiefs RB Larry Johnson a few days after he had one carry for two yards, the team announced. Along with Johnson, the Dolphins released TE Dante Rosario as they were looking to make room for CB Nate Jones and DT Igor Olshansky.
Johnson was first signed by the Dolphins on August 23rd and cut him less than two weeks later. A few days later they had a change of heart and brought the volatile veteran back for a second tour and another two weeks later Johnson is looking for work again.
Considering he had all of two yards on five carries in 2010 and another two yards in his only appearance with the Dolphins, it’s hard to image he will find his way back to the NFL.