While the Dolphins haven't been expected to re-sign Moreno, it's not out of the question. According to the Miami Herald, general manager Dennis Hickey said the Dolphins are still open to the possibility of bringing Moreno back to the team.
Moreno signed a one-year, $3 million deal in 2014. He's now an unrestricted free agent.
Moreno hasn't been working out at the Dolphins' team facility though Hickey said the organization has been keeping tabs on his rehab and recovery. If Moreno is still available on the free-agent market in the early summer, it's possible the Dolphins to bring him in if they're unable to select a quality runner in the draft.
Moreno, 27, is scheduled to hit free agency. He played well when he was healthy, rushing 31 times for 148 yards (4.8 ypc) and a touchdown.
After leaving the Broncos for a one-year deal in Miami, Moreno struggled to make an impact and with injuries, also suffering a elbow issues as well. He played in only three games and in his final two rushed for only 14 yards on seven carries.
Lamar Miller will continue to be the Dolphins' primary back -- he leads Miami with 330 rushing yards -- with Daniel Thomas and Damien Williams also sharing carries.
Moreno got stuffed by Green Bay's defense on a fourth and goal from the 1-yard like in the opening quarter, a costly result considering Miami lost by three points. Moreno rotated series with Miller early on, but only received two touches after halftime. He took six carries for 10 yards, averaging 1.7 yards per game. He also caught one pass for a again of 8 yards in a 27-24.
The Dolphins will travel to Chicago to face the Bears in Week 7.
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