Denney re-signed with the Dolphins on a one-year deal Friday, Omar Kelley and Keven Lerner of the South Florida Sun Sentinel report.
The Dolphins' long snapper for the past 14 seasons, Denney is expected to command a contract near $1 million, though the exact terms of the contract have not been disclosed. Denney is one of the oldest active players (40) in the NFL and has appeared in 224 consecutive games with the Dolphins -- easily a team record, and the current longest active streak in the NFL.
Denney (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game against the Jets.
Denney will work as a reserve lineman for the Dolphins, so he'll only get action in the event of an injury.
Denney (shoulder) is considered questionable against the Jets on Sunday, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.
Denney is listed as questionable, but coach Adam Gase reportedly said Wednesday that he expects Denney to suit up in Week 2. It would have minimal impact on Miami's skill position players if the starting long snapper were to miss any time, but if Denney were sidelined, it could negatively affect the team's kicker and punter.
Denney (shoulder) is still being evaluated despite returning to action Sunday, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
Denney was able to return after the lengthy delay during the Dolphins' win over the Titans. Despite his return, he's not out of the woods yet, and the impact of the injury could linger.
Denney (shoulder) re-entered Sunday's game against the Titans, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
Denney left the field early in Sunday's contest with a shoulder injury, but the game was postponed long enough for the long snapper to recover. Miami's kicker and punter should benefit from Denney's presence.
Denney is questionable to return Sunday against the Titans due to a shoulder injury.
If Denney is unable to return Sunday it should have minimal impact on Miami's skill positions, but could cause difficulties for the team's kicker and punter. Expect more information on Denney's injury after the game if he is unable to return to the field.
Dolphins tight end Charles Clay is active Week 11 against the Bills.
Clay came into the game listed as questionable due to a knee injury. Clay was a limited participant in practice Wednesday. The team will also have John Denney, Kelvin Sheppard and Dion Sims available for the contest. All three players were also listed as questionable going into the game.
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).
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 enter Week 8 at Jacksonville relatively healthy despite having 14 players on the final injury report for Sunday's game.
Jimmy Wilson (hamstring) was the only player that was unable to practice all week. He's been ruled doubtful for the game. Samson Satele (hamstring) was a limited participant in practice all week and was labeled questionable.
Meanwhile, Branden Albert (elbow), Charles Clay (knee), John Denney (knee), Cortland Finnegan (neck), Brandon Gibson (hamstring), Brian Hartline (finger), Lamar Miller (knee), Koa Misi (ankle), Shelley Smith (knee), Ryan Tannehill (ankle), Dallas Thomas (shoulder) and Philip Wheeler (shoulder, thumb) were all deemed probable.
The Dolphins listed eight defensive players on the Week 16 injury report, but all of them were able to play Sunday against the Bills.
Despite being on the report, defensive linemen Olivier Vernon (ankle), Paul Soliai (ankle) and John Denney (illness) are active for Sunday's game, along with defensive backs Jamar Taylor (hamstring), Reshad Jones (groin), Brent Grimes (groin), Chris Clemons (knee, hamstring) and Nolan Carroll (knee).
The Dolphins have extended the contract of long snapper John Denney. He's signed on to play through the 2016 season.