• Kendrick Norton Waived by Dolphins Following Arm Amputation After Car Crash

    1 month ago - By Bleacher Report

    Defensive tackle Kendrick Norton will reportedly remain with the Miami Dolphins in a different capacity even though his left arm was amputated. On Sunday, ESPN.com reported the AFC East team waived him with a non-football injury designation...
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  • Dolphins waive, will pay DT Norton, who lost arm

    1 month ago - By ESPN

    Kendrick Norton had his left arm amputated following a car crash near Miami earlier this month.
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  • Dolphins place Norton on reserve/non-football injury list

    1 month ago - By TheScore

    The Miami Dolphins have removed defensive tackle Kendrick Norton from their active roster with a non-football injury designation, the team announced Sunday. Norton, who had his arm amputated after a car accident in early July, will still earn his full salary after the team placed him on the reserve/non-football injury list. He was cited as at fault for the accident due to an improper lane change that caused him to hit another vehicle and a concrete barrier. The 22-year-old underwent six surgeries before being released from hospital Thursday. All of his medical bills will be covered by...
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  • Dolphins waive Kendrick Norton after arm amputation, will still pay full salary

    Dolphins waive Kendrick Norton after arm amputation, will still pay full salary

    1 month ago - By Sporting News

    Norton suffered a career-altering injury in early July after doctors were forced to amputate his arm after a car crash.
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  • Dolphins waive DT Kendrick Norton with NFI designation

    1 month ago - By Yardbarker

    The car accident that resulted in Dolphins rookie Kendrick Norton needing to have one of his arms amputated at the scene led to the team waiving him Sunday. The Dolphins announced they waived the defensive tackle with an non-football injury designation. Norton, 22, will not play football again, but this transaction will allow him to collect a rookie salary from the Dolphins. He will revert to the team's reserve/NFI list. Norton caught on with the Dolphins in December 2018, when the team signed him off of the Panthers' practice squad. “I realize that I will not be able to play for anyone,”...
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  • Dolphins will pay Kendrick Norton's salary after placing him on waivers

    1 month ago - By Yardbarker

    The Miami Dolphins will ensure that Kendrick Norton is paid his salary after his automobile accident. According to Field Yates of ESPN, the Dolphins placed Norton on waivers with a non-football injury designation, meaning that they will still pay him his full salary. Norton was in a car accident in early July that led to his arm being amputated. He'll never play football again, but the Dolphins will see to it that he is at least paid what he was to be owed, in addition to his medical bills being handled by NFL and team insurance.
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  • Dolphins remove Kendrick Norton from active roster

    1 month ago - By Pro Football Talk

    Defensive tackle Kendrick Norton‘s football career is over. Until toward, he remained on the Miami Dolphins' active roster. The Dolphins have placed Norton on a reserve list that will allow them, if they so choose, to pay his salary for the season. The Dolphins announced that they have placed Norton on reserve/non-football injury list. That
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  • Dolphins waive Kendrick Norton with NFI designation

    1 month ago - By Yardbarker

    The Miami Dolphins have reportedly waived Kendrick Norton, who lost an arm due to a recent car accident, with a non-football injury designation, per Field Yates of ESPN. The NFI designation allows the Dolphins to continue paying Norton his full salary, while also freeing up a roster spot ahead of training camp. Originally a seventh-round pick out of the University of Miami by the Carolina Panthers, the former Hurricanes star signed on with Miami's practice squad last December. Norton was injured in an accident on July 4, and police determined he was at fault in the wreck. As a result of...
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