The Miami Dolphins added linebacker Quinton Bell and tackle Ryan Hayes to the active roster on Monday Night Football against the Tennessee Titans.
Neither Bell, a seventh-round pick of the Los Vegas Raiders in 2019, nor Hayes, Miami’s seventh-round pick in 2023, have played a game this year. Left tackle Terron Armstead is questionable due to knee and ankle injuries. The coaching staff could view Hayes as a safety net, especially if Kendall Lamm or Kion Smith plays in Armstead’s place. Bell, 27, played in four games for the Atlanta Falcons last season and was signed to Miami’s practice squad in October. 17. 2023. While Duke Riley stepped in after Jerome Baker’s injury against the New York Jets, Channing Tindall is the only other inside linebacker on the active roster — aside from Andrew Van Ginkel, who played 337 of his 608 total snaps on the defensive line he played this season. Former New England Patriots linebacker Calvin Munson was recently signed to Miami’s active roster. Considering Bell spent more time in South Florida and focused on Vic Fangio’s defense, he is likely better prepared to play Monday night. The Dolphins have allowed more than 21 points just once since Week 5 and face a Tennessee offense that is averaging a league-low 12 points per game on the road. Kickoff at Hard Rock Stadium is scheduled for 8:15 p.m. EUROPEAN SUMMER TIME.