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The Miami Dolphins have announced the signing of former New York Jets and New Orleans Saints safety Marcus Maye, as reported by Bleacher Report’s Jordan Schultz. This move places Maye in a favorable position to compete for a roster spot on one of the AFC’s top teams.

Maye was let go by the Saints earlier this offseason due to salary cap constraints and his limited availability. Despite being viewed as a potential replacement for Marcus Williams, Maye struggled to remain healthy and play consistently, missing more games than he played in the previous two seasons.

In Miami, Maye will be competing with veteran defenders such as Jordan Poyer for playing time in the secondary. The Dolphins’ pass defense ranked poorly last season, tying for the seventh-most touchdown catches allowed. The team is hoping that Maye can help improve their performance on the back end.

It remains uncertain how Maye will fit into the Dolphins’ defense, but he will be joining a secondary that includes returning starters such as Jevon Holland, Jalen Ramsey, and Kader Kohou. Miami fans eagerly await seeing how Maye impacts their team’s pass defense during the upcoming season.

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