Dolphins Sign Former Boise State Guard Daryn Colledge To One-Year Deal

Former Boise State offensive guard Daryn Colledge has agreed to a one-year deal with the Miami Dolphins.

The Dolphins brought Colledge, 32, to workout with the team on Monday before agreeing on a deal. Colledge has started 124 of his 128 NFL games over eight seasons, including every game the last six seasons.

Colledge spent the past three seasons with the Arizona Cardinals after signing a five-year contract in 2011. Prior to joining the Cardinals, Colledge spent his first five years in the NFL with the Green Bay Packers, who drafted him with the 47th overall pick.

Colledge was a four-year starter at Boise State, earning All-WAC selections in 2004 and 2005. He went on to be drafted in the second round in the 2006 draft by the Green Bay Packers before winning Super Bowl XLV with the team.

This will be Colledge’s 9th season in the NFL.


About Steven Rodriguez

Born-and-raised in Southern California, Steven loves all teams LA, but Bleeds Blue now more than ever. After graduating Boise State University's business school, Steven continues to support his beloved alma mater. He has a passion for all things sports, but loves analyzing college football plays and statistics. He is also an Internet Marketer by day and enjoys all outdoor activities when he is not devoting his time to following Boise State athletics.

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