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  Steelers | 10 players released    Fri Sep 3, 04:46 PM

The Pittsburgh Steelers have announced they have released TE Eugene Bright, OG Dorian Brooks, OT Kyle Jolly, WR Brandon London, TE Sean McHugh, DT Scott Paxson, LS Matt Stewart, SS Justin Thornton, RB Justin Vincent and LB Renauld Williams.

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  Steelers | Graessle, London signed    Tue Feb 9, 01:06 PM

Ed Bouchette, of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, reports the Pittsburgh Steelers have signed free-agent P Adam Graessle (Packers) and WR Brandon London (Dolphins). Terms of the contracts were not disclosed.

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  Dolphins | Six waived    Sat Sep 5, 11:21 AM

The Miami Dolphins announced Saturday, Sept. 5, that they have waived FS Courtney Bryan, OT Brandon Frye, LB William Kershaw, WR Brandon London, CB Joey Thomas and DL Rodrique Wright.

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  Dolphins | London trims down    Sun Aug 2, 08:14 PM

Ethan J. Skolnick, of the South Florida SunSentinel, reports Miami Dolphins WR Brandon London has trimmed down from 225 pounds to 214 pounds. London said, "I feel lighter on my feet, faster, quicker."

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  Dolphins | London will have to excel on special teams to make team    Tue Jun 23, 08:19 PM

Adam Sweeney, of Realfootball365.com, reports that Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano has indicated that hard decisions will be made at the wide receiver position, and Brandon London should embrace a special teams role because it will give him a better chance to make the club.

Footballguys view: London is an intriguing prospect because of his mid 4.4s speed in a 6'4" frame, but the Dolphins drafting two big wide receivers (Patrick Turner and Brian Hartline) in April means that this is a make or break camp coming up for London. He's a name to remember if the competition pushes him to new heights, because he's an athletic specimen, but he could just as easily get cut before the season starts.

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