Longtime guard Daryl Colledge is retiring from the NFL, his agent Jeff Sperbeck announced on Twitter.
Colledge played nine years in the NFL, beginning his career with the Packers. After spending five years in Green Bay, he played three seasons with the Cardinals before competing with the Dolphins in 2014.
For the first year of his retirement, Colledge plans to move to Italy.
Colledge started every game in the 2010 regular season for the Packers, contributing to a Super Bowl championship.
Dolphins left tackle Ja'Wuan James, who was questionable with a neck injury, is active for Monday's game at the Jets. Also suiting up for Miami are wideout Rishard Matthews (groin), center Samson Satele (foot) and guard Daryn Colledge (back).
The Dolphins listed a variety of players on its final Week 13 injury report, but only
Jonathan Freeny (hamstring) and Jamar Taylor (shoulder) have been declared out for Monday’s game at the New York Jets.
Tight end Charles Clay (hamstring/knee), cornerback Cortland Finnegan (ankle) and offensive lineman Nate Garner (illness) are listed as doubtful.
Offensive lineman Ja’Wuan James (neck) was the one player listed as questionable and Daryn Colledge, Rishard Matthews, Lamar Miller, Samson Satele and Mike Wallace are probable for Week 13.
The Dolphins listed a lengthy injury report for Week 12 at Denver.
Miami will be without the services of Jonathan Freeny after missing practice the entire week because of a hamstring injury. The team also labeled Charles Clay (knee, hamstring) and Cortland Finnegan (ankle) as doubtful. Daryn Colledge (back) and Lamar Miller (shoulder, knee) were deemed questionable.
Meanwhile, the following players were ruled as probable: Jarvis Landry (shoulder), Koa Misi (ankle), Mike Pouncey (hip), Kelvin Sheppard (hip, groin), Ryan Tannehill (left shoulder), Jordan Tripp (chest), Mike Wallace (calf) and Jimmy Wilson (hamstring).
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 Dolphins’ offensive line will be without another starter Thursday against Buffalo after guard Daryn Colledge was ruled out, reports the Sun Sentinel.
Colledge has missed the last two games while dealing with a back injury. The Dolphins will also be without left tackle Branden Albert after being placed on injured reserve because of a severe knee injury.
Cornerback Cortland Finnegan is the only Dolphins player ruled out for Thursday night against Buffalo, but guard Daryn Colledge (calf) if doubtful and several others are questionable.
That group includes tight ends Charles Clay (knee) and Dion Sims (toe), linebacker Kelvin Sheppard (hip) and long snapper John Denney (knee).
Dolphins cornerback Cortland Finnegan (ankle) and guard Daryn Colledge (back) did not practice Monday as the team prepared for Thursday's game against Buffalo.
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.
Dolphins guard Daryn Colledge has been downgraded from doubtful to out for Week 10, the team announced Saturday.
Colledge is dealing with a back injury, and the downgrade removes the possibility of him seeing action Sunday against the Lions. He's set for a trip to the team's inactive list in Week 10.
The Dolphins have listed five players as questionable for Week 10's matchup with the Lions on the team's final injury report, including running back Lamar Miller (shoulder), defensive tackle Earl Mitchell (abdomen), cornerback Jimmy Wilson (hamstring) and linebackers Koa Misi (ankle) and Kelvin Sheppard (hip, groin).
Tight end Dion Sims (toe) has been ruled out after missing practice all week, while guard Daryn Colledge (back) is doubtful, making it likely he'll miss his second straight game.
The remainder of the team's injured players are probable to play, including tight end Charles Clay (knee), offensive lineman Mike Pouncey (hip), defensive tackle Anthony Johnson (back) and linebackers Chris McCain (foot) and Jordan Tripp (ankle).
Tight end Dion Sims is the lone Dolphins player ruled out for the Sunday game in Detroit. And guard Daryn Colledge (back) is the only doubtful.
The questionables are running back Lamar Miller (shoulder), linebackers Kelvin Sheppard (groin) and Koa Misi (ankle), defensive tackle Earl Mitchell (abdomen) and safety Jimmy Wilson (hamstring).
Tight end Charles Clay (knee), defensive tackle Anthony Johnson (back), linebackers Jordan Tripp (ankle), Chris McCain (foot) and guard Mike Pouncey (hip).
Dolphins starting guard Daryn Colledge was downgraded from full to limited in practice Thursday with a back problem that had him sidelined in Week 9.
It remains to be seen how the setback affects his availability for the Sunday game in Detroit.
The following players have been ruled inactive for the Dolphins against San Diego in Week 9: Lowell Rose, Chris McCain, Daryn Colledge, Jason Fox, Anthony Johnson, Billy Turner and Dion Sims.
The Dolphins head into Week 9 against the Chargers relatively healthy. Dion Sims (toe) was the only player officially ruled out on the final injury report. Daryn Colledge (illness, back) and Koa Misi (ankle) were deemed questionable.
Meanwhile, the following players were ruled probable for Sunday's home game: Charles Clay (knee), John Denney (knee), Cortland Finnegan (neck), Nate Garner (neck), Chris McCain (foot), Mike Pouncey (hip) and Jimmy Wilson (hamstring).
The Dolphins will open the season with Shelley Smith starting at right guard and Daryn Colledge at left guard, the Palm Beach Post reports.
"Now, it is all about performance," head coach Joe Philbin said. "You have to go out each and every Sunday and perform at a high level, and this is Week 1. I’m very confident. I think they deserved it and earned it."
In the wake of an injury to center Mike Pouncey, the Dolphins signed veteran offensive lineman Daryn Colledge on Monday. Colledge, who has experience lining up at every spot on the line, is expected to help provide depth in the event Pouncey misses more time than expected.
The 6-foot-4, 308-pound lineman has played for the Cardinals and Packers. In fact, he spent time with current Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin while with Green Bay. He has 124 starts in 128 games.
The Cardinals are expected to release guard Daryn Colledge on Tuesday, according to Fox Sports 940 in Phoenix. It is expected that he'll be a June 1 cap cut, meaning he'll count for roughly $2.8 million against the cap in 2014.
The Cardinals designated 32-year-old guard Daryn Colledge as a post-June 1 cut, saving the team $4.5 million in cap room, reports the Arizona Republic.
Cardinals guard Daryn Colledge, who would count $7.26 million against the 2014 salary cap, likely will be released after June 1, reports Fox Sports 910. Colledge turns 32 next month. The station mentions Earl Watford as a candidate to replace him.