The Miami Dolphins are signing Trey Flowers to a one-year deal worth $2.1 million.
The signing comes after Flowers worked out for Miami earlier this week.
Flowers, who earned two Super Bowl rings during his four years with the Patriots (2015-2018), returns to the AFC East after three years in Detroit. Producing 31.5 sacks through his seven seasons, Flowers is poised to fit in quickly with the Dolphins given his status as a veteran and his familiarity with defensive coordinator Josh Boyer’s scheme.
Former Patriots’ and Lions’ DE Trey Flowers reached agreement with the Miami Dolphins, per source. The former two-time Super-Bowl champion is returning to the AFC East.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 28, 2022
Can confirm Trey Flowers agrees to join Dolphins. Flowers, 29, four years with Patriots and three with Lions, so he is very familiar with this defensive scheme. Flowers, 6-2, 265, joins excellent edge/end rotation. Averaged more than 5 sacks last 6 seasons. pic.twitter.com/ZbW7tBh3kN
— Joe Schad (@schadjoe) August 28, 2022