Not-so good news for former Wildcat defensive end, Farrington Huguenin.
The undrafted free-agent rookie out of Kentucky suffered an ankle injury on August 2nd during a Miami Dolphins training camp practice, and was eventually carted off the field. (A fight even ensued afterwards.)
After being placed on the waivers by the Dolphins, Huguenin was not claimed by any of the other 31 NFL teams.
Miami had the option to keep Huguenin on the injured reserved list, but opted to officially waive him yesterday.
It’s not all bad news, though. The ex-Wildcat reached an injury settlement with Miami allowing Huguenin to earn his salary for the amount of time he expects to fully recover from the injury. Once fully healthy, Huguenin will be allowed to sign with another team – rather than sitting out a full year.
In his 48 games at Kentucky, Huguenin recorded 95 tackles and 1.5 sacks.