Kendall Langford is heading to South Florida for the second time in his long NFL career.
The Dolphins drafted Langford in the third round of the 2008 draft, starting 113 games during his decade of work in the NFL. The former Colt has spent several occasions as a 3-4 defensive end and a 4-3 defensive tackle, giving the Dolphins some versatility.
Langford, 32, found himself battling the injury bug during his time in Indianapolis, cutting the veteran at the end of the 2016 season to increase cap space. When he exited Miami in 2011, he spent the next four seasons as a starter with the St. Louis Rams.
Langford has amassed 290 tackles and 22.5 sacks during his tenure, including four forced fumbles.