Langford has been released by the Dolphins.
Langford attempted to revive his career in Miami this summer after appearing in one game for the Texans in 2017. The journeyman will now look to catch on elsewhere as a special teams player.
Langford agreed to a contract with the Dolphins on Tuesday.
Langford has been without a team since being let go by the Texans in November of last season. The veteran defensive end will look to extend his career in Miami, which is actually where he spent his first four seasons in the league beginning in 2008. He will try to impress during camp and earn a role providing depth on the defensive line.
The Texans released Langford on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Langford's dismissal likely sets the stage for the Texans to activate tight end C.J. Fiedorowicz (concussion) from injured reserve in advance of Sunday's matchup with the Rams. During his month-long stay with the Texans, Langford only appeared in one game, with his lone snap coming on special teams.
Langford (back) practiced without limitations Wednesday.
Barring any setbacks, Langford will be set to make his season debut against the Colts on Sunday. He slots into a reserve role, but since starter Joel Heath (knee) sat out of practice Wednesday, Langford could move up into that starting position. Langford spent the past two seasons playing for the Colts, racking up 48 tackles (31 solo) and seven sacks over 23 games, and it'll be interesting to see how he performs with the Texans.
Langford (back) is listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Seahawks.
Langford is still looking for his first game action with the Texans after signing earlier in October. He brings added depth to a battered defensive line, and Sunday would've been a good opportunity to log considerable snaps since Joel Heath (knee) is also inactive Sunday.
Langford has a back injury and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Seahawks, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports.
Langford was signed by the Texans earlier this month and could see a larger role Sunday if he suits up, considering starting defensive end Joel Heath (knee) has been ruled out. Carlos Watkins would likely be pressed into a heavy workload if Langford can't play against the Seahawks.
Langford is expected to sign with the Texans, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Langford was let go by the Saints a week ago, but it doesn't seem like he'll be out of a job for long. The Texans need to bolster their defensive line with J.J. Watt (lower leg) expected to undergo season-ending surgery. Langford likely will serve in a reserve role until he gets more acclimated to the playbook.
Langford was released by the Saints on Tuesday, Joel A. Erickson of TheNewOrleansAdvocate.com reports.
It was another short stint for Langford in New Orleans, as the defensive end resigned with the Saints just over a week ago after being released a couple days prior. It seems as if the Saints have bigger needs to address on their active roster, so Langford continues to be the odd man out.
Langford re-signed with the Saints on Monday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Langford signed with the Saints last week but was cut prior to Sunday's matchup with the Panthers in order to add more depth to the secondary. He'll look to stick around a little longer this time.
Langford was released by the Saints on Saturday, Nick Underhill of The Advocate reports.
Langford's release reflects the Saints' pursuit of added secondary depth for Sunday's contest. There's a chance he'll be re-signed after Sunday, but until then he's free to sign anywhere.
Langford signed a contract with the Saints on Wednesday, Herbie Teope of The Times-Picyune reports.
Langford was released by the Colts in August due to lingering knee issues, but it appears the Saints are satisfied with his condition. The veteran defensive end posted his best professional season in 2015 with the Colts, racking up seven sacks and 38 tackles (23 solo) that season. When the veteran is healthy, he could rotate in on the defensive line for a Saints defense that's struggled through the first two weeks.
Langford (knee) was released by the Colts with a failed physical designation Wednesday, Stephen Holder of the Indy Star reports.
Langford hasn't been able to shake a lingering knee injury he sustained in training camp last year. While this development certainly wasn't an ideal scenario for the Colts, the team will save $4 million in cap space with his release. In turn, Henry Anderson is expected to step into the starting lineup.
Langford (knee) will begin training camp on the Colts' preseason Physically Unable to Perform list, Mike Wells of ESPN.com reports.
While it isn't clear when Langford will return, general manager Chris Ballard said he anticipates the defensive end being ready for the start of the regular season. Until then, Langford's absence should mean more reps in training camp for third-round rookie Tarell Basham.
Langford (knee) said Monday he'll be ready for the start of training camp, Kevin Bowen of Colts.com reports.
Langford was restricted to just 10 tackles in seven games last season due to lingering symptoms from surgery to repair damaged cartilage in his knee. Although the defensive end is still going through rehab, he guaranteed he'd be ready for camp, which would bode well for his availability ahead of the regular season. In his first season with the Colts in 2015, Langford tied for the team lead with seven sacks.
Langford (knee) was placed on the Colts' injured reserve list Saturday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
Langford sustained cartilage damage in one of his knees during the preseason that required surgery to heal. However, he's still battling lingering effects from the procedure and hasn't taken the field in over four weeks. To fill his vacated place on the active roster, the Colts promoted CB Christopher Milton from their practice squad.
Langford (knee) will not play Sunday against the Titans, Kevin Bowen of the Colts' official site reports.
Langford continues to experience symptoms from offseason knee surgery without a return date in place.
Langford (knee) will not play Sunday against the Packers, Stephen Holder of the Indy Star reports.
Langford appears to be out indefinitely until he's regained full health.
Langford (knee) did not practice Wednesday and will be shut down for a period of time, Kevin Bowen of Colts.com reports.
After missing Week 8 against the Chiefs due to the knee injury, Langford may miss an extended period of time. His potential availability for Week 9 versus the Packers doesn't seem too promising.
Langford (knee) will not play Sunday against the Chiefs, Kevin Bowen of the Colts' official site reports.
Langford is battling lingering symptoms from August knee surgery. The Colts are shutting him down until fully healthy.
Langford (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Broncos, Mike Chappell of Fox 59 reports.
Langford suffered cartilage damage in his knee during the preseason and played only 22 snaps in Week 1. It wouldn't be surprising to see the Colts gradually increase his snap count as they become more sure of his health.