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  • Dolphins' Cam Smith: Adds weight in offseason

    Smith has added 15 pounds during the offseason, Hal Habib of The Palm Beach Post reports. Smith put on weight to help him better endure a 17-game season, though he spent much of his rookie campaign on the sideline with just 20 defensive snaps over 15 games. The South Carolina product was a second-round draft pick in 2023, so the lack of opportunities was somewhat surprising. That said, Smith could see the field more often in Year 2 after Vic Fangio was replaced by Anthony Weaver as Miami's defensive coordinator.
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  • Dolphins' Cam Smith: Won't play Sunday

    Smith (hamstring) is inactive Sunday against the Cowboys. Smith suffered the injury in Sunday's win over the Jets and was unable to recover in time to play Week 16. His absence will be a blow to Miami's secondary depth and special teams unit.
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  • Dolphins' Cam Smith: Exits with hamstring injury

    Smith hurt his hamstring against the Jets in Week 15 and won't return to the contest. Smith regularly plays on special teams, and that's likely how he was injured Sunday. The rookie cornerback hasn't logged a defensive snap in eight of his 11 games this season, so his absence shouldn't impact Miami's defensive gameplan.
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  • Dolphins' Cam Smith: Could miss multiple weeks

    Smith (shoulder) could miss two weeks, according to head coach Mike McDaniel, Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network reports. Smith's recovery timeline is ultimately in a "gray area," according to McDaniel, but he's not expected to be out long term. The South Carolina product was working to earn a starting job at cornerback, but with the recent addition of Eli Apple, coupled with this injury, he may have to begin the 2023 campaign in a reserve role, assuming he is fully recovered by Week 1.
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  • Dolphins' Cam Smith: Heading to South Beach

    The Dolphins selected Smith in the second round of the 2023 NFL Draft, 51st overall. Smith was Miami's first draft pick this year, showing that despite the Jalen Ramsey addition, the Dolphins wanted more corner help. The boundary spots are locked down in Miami, but Smith is still projected to push for playing time. He broke up 14 passes in 2021 for South Carolina and tested well at the combine, especially on the jumps. Light at 180 pounds, there is some question as to whether he'll be able to match up against bigger receivers.
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