The Miami Dolphins' injury-decimated secondary will get some much needed re-enforcements heading into this Sunday's road game against Buffalo.
The Dolphins claimed cornerback Jalil Brown off the waiver wire on Monday. Brown, who was cut by the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, played in five games for the Colts since being signed as a free agent on October 22.
Brown, who played his collegiately at Colorado, made two solo tackles and a special teams tackle during his tenure with the Colts.
To make room for Brown, who entered the NFL as a 2011 fourth-round pick of the Kansas City Chiefs, the Dolphins waived safety D.J. Campbell.
Campbell has bounced on and off the 53-man...