Da'Rick Rogers works out for Dolphins

Andy Lyons

Talent doesn't seem to be the issue for the undrafted free agent.

Rookie wide receiver Da'Rick Rogers worked out for the Miami Dolphins on Friday, Aaron Wilson of the National Football Post reported.

More: Buffalo Bills blog Buffalo Rumblings

The Buffalo Bills released Rogers on Monday. Rogers was an undrafted free agent who played in college for Tennessee and later—after the Volunteers suspended him indefinitely—for Tennessee Tech. The off-field issues that drove him from away from the Volunteers have continued to haunt him moving forward, and he was in and out of the Bills' coaches' doghouse during training camp.

Rogers was a first-team All-SEC selection as a sophomore in 2011, finishing that season with 67 receptions, 1,040 yards and nine touchdowns.

The Dolphins' level of interest in Rogers is unclear, but the team is still well above the 53-man limit it must meet by 6 p.m. Saturday for the regular season. Beyond Mike Wallace and Brian Hartline, depth at wide receiver is low.

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