Dolphins CB Cortland Finnegan left Sunday's Week 10 loss at Detroit with an ankle injury and did not return.
The Palm Beach Post reports Cortland Finnegan is "running away" with the Dolphins' No. 2 cornerback job opposite Brent Grimes.
A Rams source informed Profootballtalk that now-Dolphins CB Cortland Finnegan never actually underwent surgery to repair his 2013 fractured orbital bone.
Cortland Finnegan opened OTAs as the Dolphins' starting right corner, opposite LCB Brent Grimes.
New Dolphins CB Cortland Finnegan's two-year, $11 million deal includes $5.5 million guaranteed.
NFL.com's Albert Breer reports the "word is" that Cortland Finnegan's two-year deal with the Dolphins is worth $11 million.
Dolphins agreed to terms with CB Cortland Finnegan to a two-year contract.
Free agent CB Cortland Finnegan will visit the Dolphins Friday.
Rams released CB Cortland Finnegan.
Cortland Finnegan (fractured orbital bone) is expected to be ready for the Rams' offseason program.
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reports there's "no way in hell" the Rams will retain CB Cortland Finnegan at his current salary.
ESPN Rams reporter Nick Wagoner considers CB Cortland Finnegan, C Scott Wells, and RG Harvey Dahl to be St. Louis' likeliest three offseason release candidates.
The guaranteed money on the five-year, $50 million contract Cortland Finnegan signed in 2012 with St. Louis has run out.
The Rams could save $7 million in 2014 by releasing CB Cortland Finnegan outright after this season.