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Finnegan, however, struggled mightily last season in St. Louis, ranked No. 109 out of 110 eligible players at his position by Pro Football Focus. He took a beating in coverage during his five starts before hitting injured reserve with a fractured orbital bone. Rams coach Jeff Fisher last month suggested Finnegan had a future in St. Louis, but his unwieldy $10 million cap number ruled that out.
We're at the stage in free agency where teams are dipping into second- and third-tier players, and Miami has done just that with Finnegan.
They'll give the once-feared Titans cover man a long look this offseason, but we wouldn't be shocked if he's not on the roster come September.