Fede (undisclosed) signed with the Giants on Saturday, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports.
Fede will compete for a depth defensive lineman role with the Giants. While he figures to have a long shot at ultimately landing on the final roster, he will have an opportunity to make an impression at camp. He spent his first fours seasons on the Dolphins, but rarely saw the field.
Fede left Thursday's preseason game in the third quarter due to an undisclosed injury, Mitchell Courtney of the Bills' official site reports.
Fede sits pretty deep on the defensive end depth chart as cutdown day approaches, and this certainly doesn't help his chance at earning one of the final roster spots.
Fede agreed to a contract with the Bills on Wednesday, Chris Brown of the team's official site reports.
Fede, a 2014 seventh-round pick, has spent the past four years as a rotational pass rusher with the Dolphins. He'll presumably serve in a similar role in Buffalo and remains far off the IDP radar. Fede has only one career sack to his name and has never topped 16 tackles in any season.
Fede had 15 tackles and one fumble recovery in 16 games for Miami this season.
Fede may have played in every game but it was sparingly as he was used as depth along the defensive line. The 2017 season was his last under his rookie contract and he is scheduled to be a free agent on March 14. He could look for more playing time with another organization.
Fede will remain at defensive end this season, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald.
There was a school of thought that Fede would be best used on the inside but for now that plan has been scratched. Fede will have a difficult time getting on the field with Cameron Wake and Charles Harris among several ends that will be ahead of him on the depth chart.
Fede is inactive for Sunday's contest against the Bills.
Fede wasn't listed on the injury report and is likely a coach's decision inactive. As a depth corner his absence won't impact the Dolphins's secondary greatly.
Fede is inactive for Sunday's game against the Browns.
Fede was not listed on the Week 3 injury report, so his sitting out Sunday's game was likely a coach's decision. He is merely a depth player along the Dolphins defensive line when healthy.
Fede was not on the Dolphins' Wednesday injury report, Joe Schad of the Palm Beach Post reports.
Fede was inactive for Week 1's loss to the Seahawks, as he nursed a sprained MCL suffered during the preseason, but he appears to be nearing 100 percent health and was able to practice Wednesday. Barring any setbacks, expect Fede to be active Sunday against the Patriots, as he projects to provide depth on the defensive line.
Fede (knee) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Seahawks.
Fede is nursing a sprained MCL suffered during the Dolphins' third preseason tilt. He was not expected to be ready by Week 1 anyway, and should be considered week-to-week for the time being.
Fede suffered a sprained MCL versus the Falcons on Thursday, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.
Fede would've been on the low end of a defensive line rotation but this injury could find him on the cutting room floor before the season begins.
The Dolphins have listed Cortland Finnegan, LaMichael James, Chris McCain, Daryn Colledge, Anthony Johnson, Billy Turner and Terrence Fede as inactive Week 11 against the Bills.
Finnegan had been ruled out prior to the contest. Colledge came into the game listed as doubtful. The other five players are healthy scratches.
The following players were labeled ruled for the Dolphins in Week 10 at Detroit: Daryn Colledge, Jason Fox, Anthony Johnson, Billy Turner, Terrence Fede, Dion Sims and Kelvin Sheppard.
The following players on the injury report were listed active for the Dolphins in London against the Raiders in Week 4: Walt Aikens (hand), Charles Clay (knee), Terrence Fede (knee), Cortland Finnegan (neck), Jonathan Freeny (ankle), Brandon Gibson (groin), Anthony Johnson (shoulder), Mike Wallace (hamstring), Philip Wheeler (thumb), Jimmy Wilson (tooth) and Jelani Jenkins (abdomen).
Five linebackers dot the injury report released by the Dolphins on Friday for their clash in London against the Raiders on Sunday. Koa Misi (ankle) is the lone player in the group that has been ruled out. Jonathan Freeny (calf), Jelani Jenkins (shoulder) and Philip Wheeler (thumb) are probable while Jordan Tripp (chest) is doubtful.
Also ruled out are running back Knowshon Moreno (elbow) and guard Shelley Smith (knee). Defensive end Terrence Fede (knee) and center Mike Pouncey (hip) are doubtful while tight end Charles Clay (knee) and guard Billy Turner (foot) are questionable. Cornerback Walt Aikens (hand) is probable.
The following players were ruled inactive for the Dolphins in Week 3 against Kansas City: Knowshon Moreno, Mike Pouncey, Koa Misi, Jordie Tripp, Shelley Smith, Billy Turner and Terrence Fede.
The Dolphins have officially ruled out running back Knowshon Moreno (elbow) for their Sunday game against Kansas City. Also out are linebacker Koa Misi (ankle) and guard Shelley Smith (knee).
Listed as doubtful are defensive end Terrence Fede (knee), center Mike Pouncey (hip) and linebacker Jordan Tripp (chest).
Tight end Charles Clay (knee) and guard Billy Turner (foot) are considered questionable.
The probables are safeties Walt Aikens (hand) and Louis Delmas (calf), tackle Branden Albert (shoulder) and linebackers Jonathan Freeny (calif), Jelani Jenkins (shoulder) and Philip Wheeler (thumb).
Offensive linemen Billy Turner, Jason Fox and Mike Pouncey, linebackers Koa Misi and Jordie Tripp, and defensive linemen Bruce Gaston and Terrence Fede make up the Dolphins inactive list for Week 2 against the Bills.
The Dolphins have ruled out three players for Week 2 against the Bills, as a result of injury issues.
Defensive lineman Terrence Fede (knee), linebacker Jordie Tripp (chest) and offensive lineman Mike Pouncey (hip) are all out for Sunday's game, after being unable to participate in practice this week.
The Dolphins announced their inactive list for Week 1 against the Patriots, and it does not feature much in the way of surprises. The inactives are as follows:
Defensive linemen Terrence Fede and Bruce Gaston; offensive linemen Mike Pouncey, Billy Turner and Jason Fox; and linebackers Jordie Tripp and Philip Wheeler.
The Dolphins have issued a lengthy injury report for Week 1.
Four players have been officially ruled out for the game. Defensive end Terrence Fede, center Mike Pouncey, linebacker Jordie Tripp and linebacker Philip Wheeler will not play against the Patriots.
Guard Billy Turner is listed as doubtful due to a foot injury.
The team also listed for players as probable. Safety Walt Aikens, cornerback Jamar Taylor and linebackers Chris McCain and Koa Misi should all see action Sunday.