The Chargers announced the team made a roster move Monday, signing cornerback Lowell Rose while releasing tackle Cameron Clemmons. Rose spent parts of last season with the Dolphins, where he registered one tackle in five games. Clemmons is a rookie out of Western Kentucky.
The Dolphins waived defensive back T.J. Heath, kicker Zach Hocker and defensive back Lowell Rose on Tuesday, the team announced. Heath and Rose were with the team during the 2014 season, while Hocker was signed in the offseason.
To make room for defensive back Don Jones on the 53-man roster, the Dolphins cut cornerback Lowell Rose. Rose was signed by the Dolphins in October and appeared in five games, totaling one tackle.
The Dolphins have announced a pair of roster moves on Saturday, per the team's official website. The team signed defensive back Lowell Rose from the practice squad and promoted him to the active roster. In order to clear a spot for Rose, Miami has waived defensive tackle DeAndre Coleman.
The Chargers waived or released these players: running back Kerwynn Williams, offensive tackle Nick Becton, fullback Zach Boren, tight ends Ryan Otten and Jake Byrne, receivers Micah Hatfield and Brelan Chancellor, linebacker Adrian Hamilton, guard Darryl Johnson, cornerback Lowell Rose and punter Chase Tenpenny.