Mosley (calf) was waived/injured by Miami on Tuesday, reports the Miami Herald's Adam Beasley.
The Dolphins have suffered a number of injuries to the defensive end position so the release of Mosley may have been a numbers game more than anything else.
Mosley is considered day to day with a calf injury, reports the Miami Herald.
Mosley was spotted in a walking boot Monday which would seem to indicate he could be in danger of missing the game Sunday.
Ravens linebacker C.J. Mosley injured his ankle during Sunday's loss to the Raiders, the Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec reports.
Mosley didn't appear to miss much of the game, and he finished with a team-high nine tackles (eight solo). If he isn't ready for Week 3, the Ravens will have Arthur Brown, Zachary Orr and Albert McClellan as options to start alongside Daryl Smith.
Veteran defensive tackle C.J. Mosley has decided to take his talents to South Beach, agent Harold Lewis has told the Miami Herald.
Mosley has signed a one-year deal with the Dolphins after also considering returning to the Lions, with whom he started eight of the 15 games in which he played a year ago, He contributed to 26 tackles and added 2 1/2 sacks.
The Dolphins will be his sixth team since he entered the NFL in 2005.
Free agent defensive tackle C.J. Mosley visited an unknown team on Monday, according to a report by the Detroit Free Press.
Mosley had 2.5 sacks for the Lions last season, but the team let him explore the market, after he was suspended for marijuana use last season.
The Lions have also spoken to Mosley about a return to the team in recent weeks.
Unsigned Lions defensive tackle C.J. Mosley was sent home from the team's game in London last season after he was found with marijuana in his hotel room.
The incident is one of the factors the team is taking into consideration in their decision on whether to re-sign Mosley.
"We take everything into consideration -- I mean, everything," coach Jim Caldwell said, when asked about the incident being a factor, per MLive. "You know how it is in our business. We put everything under the microscope. We take a look at it, and we make a determination on each and every individual according to what he brings to the table -- positive or negative."
The team has not pursued Mosley since he became a free agent in February, and the Lions appear to be prepared to move on without him.
The Lions have not been in contact with free agent defensive tackle C.J. Mosley's camp about a return next season, according to MLive.com.
Mosley, 31, started eight of 15 game last season, and finished with 26 tackles, 2.5 sacks and one forced fumble. He along with Ndamukong Suh anchored the defensive line and helped Detroit's unit finish No. 1 against the run, and No. 2 in overall defense.
The Lions ruled defensive tackle Nick Fairley (knee) out and cornerback Mohammed Seisay (hamstring) questionable for Sunday's contest against the Bears.
Meanwhile, safety Don Carey (ankle), wide receiver Calvin Johnson (ankle), defensive end George Johnson (illness), defensive tackle C.J. Mosley (not injury related), linebacker Ashlee Palmer (quad) and guard Rob Sims (illness) were labeled as probable.
Lions coach Jim Caldwell announced Monday defensive tackle C.J. Mosley has been reinstated following a two-week suspension. Although, Caldwell refused to comment on the ESPN report citing Mosley's suspension stemmed from an incident involving marijuana while the team was in London a few weeks ago.
Caldwell said Mosley's situation was an internal matter. Caldwell isn't sure if Mosley will face further action from the league, calling it an NFL and NFLPA issue.
The two-week suspension the Lions slapped on defensive tackle C.J. Mosley was for marijuana-related issues, according ESPN, which reported through sources that the smoke from his pot set off a hotel alarm.
Mosley will not be eligible to play until next Sunday against Miami.
The Lions have suspended defensive tackle C.J. Mosley for two weeks for conduct detrimental to the team and violation of team rules, DetroitLions.com reports. Mosley was sent home from London early Saturday and placed on the reserved/suspended by club list.
Ravens first-round pick C.J. Mosley, the Butkus Award-winning linebacker out of Alabama, "looked instinctive and comfortable during the Ravens' offseason practices while working with the first-team defense," reports the Baltimore Sun, adding Mosley could beat out Arthur Brown for the starting weakside job at inside linebacker.
The 6-2, 235-pound Mosley displayed his athleticism in the spring, leaping high to intercept passes, the report said. Both Mosley and Brown, a second-round pick last year, will play a lot no matter who starts.
Accusation from three unnamed teammates that Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh displayed insubordination against former coach Jim Schwartz have been refuted by fellow lineman C.J. Mosley.
"Suh wasn't late to one meeting, or have any outbursts, or show any dominance over the head coach," Mosley wrote in an email to Michigan Live. "From what I've seen, they had a very good relationship. Not one argument, blowup, or even an incident where he disrespected the head coach. He's nowhere near a monster."
The claims against Suh by the players were imparted to former NFL fullback Heath Evans, who relayed them to a Detroit radio station.
The Lions and defensive tackle C.J. Mosley have agreed to a two-year deal according to the official team website.