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Jordan Westerkamp was trying to make the Miami Dolphins as an undrafted free agent after catching 167 passes during his Nebraska career.

Jordan Westerkamp's stay with the Miami Dolphins is over.

The Dolphins on Tuesday announced a waived/injury settlement for the former Nebraska receiver, who had signed with the team on July 30. Westerkamp played in the Dolphins' first preseason game last Thursday, returning one punt, but was dealing with a hamstring problem.

With several injuries at receiver, Miami also announced that it has signed Trey Griffey, son of former Major League Baseball star Ken Griffey Jr.

The undrafted Westerkamp had previous offseason tryouts with Tampa Bay and Cleveland but was not signed by either team. He finished his Husker career last season with 167 career catches — ranking No. 2 on the school's all-time chart — with 2,474 receiving yards and 18 touchdowns.

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