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Top Kendrick Norton News

  • Kendrick Norton: Let go by Miami

    The Dolphins waived Norton (arm) with a non-football injury designation Wednesday.

    Norton spent the 2019 season on the NFI list after he was involved in a car accident that resulted in his left arm being amputated. The 22-year-old's football career is effectively over.

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  • Dolphins' Kendrick Norton: Placed on NFI list

    The Dolphins placed Norton (arm) on the Non-Football Injury list Tuesday, per the NFL transactions report.

    Norton now reverts to the NFI list after clearing waivers. The non-football injury designation allows the defensive tackle to earn a full salary for the 2019 season. Norton was expected to compete for a roster spot in training camp before being involved in a serious car accident.

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  • Kendrick Norton: Waived by Dolphins

    Norton (arm) was waived with non-football injury designation by the Dolphins on Monday, ESPN.com reports.

    The designation will allow Norton to earn a full season's salary after the defensive tackle had to get his left arm amputated earlier in the offseason as a result of a car accident. A seventh-round selection of the Panthers in 2018, Norton was expected to compete for a spot on the 53-man roster this training camp.

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  • Dolphins' Kendrick Norton: Placed on NFI list

    Norton (arm) was placed on the non-football injury list by the Dolphins on Sunday.

    Norton was involved in a serious car crash this offseason and had his left arm amputated, bringing a tragic end to his NFL career. The 22-year-old will still be able to receive his full salary from the Dolphins in a classy gesture by the team. Norton spent 2018 on the Panthers' practice squad before he was signed by the Dolphins in December.

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  • Dolphins' Kendrick Norton: In stable condition

    Norton (arm) remains in the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, and his condition was upgraded to stable, Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com reports.

    Norton had his left arm amputated after a car crash last week, bringing a tragic end to his NFL career. The 22-year-old has undergone multiple surgeries already and will require at least two more operations. Norton was a seventh-round pick by the Panthers in 2018 and was on the team's practice squad for most of the season before signing with the Dolphins in December.

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  • Dolphins' Kendrick Norton: Injured in car crash

    Norton was involved in a "serious" car accident Thursday morning, according to a statement released by the Dolphins' official Twitter account.

    According to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, Norton sustained multiple injuries, including one to his arm. Andy Slater reports that the injury was serious enough that the arm had to be amputated at the scene. If there's a glimmer of positive news in this, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports that the injuries sustained are not life threatening, though it appears unlikely he will be able to play football in 2019 and beyond.

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  • Dolphins' Kendrick Norton: Back at full strength

    Norton (ankle) avoided Wednesday's injury report, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.

    Norton missed last week's game with the ankle injury so it's good to see that he's already back at full strength. By avoiding the report, Norton projects to be available for Sunday's game.

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  • Dolphins' Kendrick Norton: Inactive Sunday

    Norton (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's matchup with the Jaguars.

    Norton signed with the Dolphins earlier this week. The rookie has yet to play this season and will need to wait at least one more week before making his NFL debut as he recovers from his ankle injury.

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  • Dolphins' Kendrick Norton: Signs with Miami

    The Dolphins signed Norton off Carolina's practice squad Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    Norton has spent all season on Carolina's practice squad, but now finds a home on Miami's 53-man roster. The rookie seventh-round pick will work to make his NFL debut with the Dolphins this season.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-3, 318 lbs
Birthplace: USA
Age: 24
Class: Freshman