Tripp was the Dolphins' second fifth-round pick (No. 171 overall) in the draft out of Montana. He had 335 tackles, 11 sacks, 10 fumble recoveries with three touchdowns, five interceptions with one touchdown and five forced fumbles in 54 games (36 starts).

Hazel was Miami's sixth-round draft pick (190th overall) out of Coastal Carolina. He had 183 receptions for 2,553 yards with 28 touchdowns and had three rushes for 20 yards with a TD in 49 games (38 starts).

---The Cincinnati Bengals signed fourth-round draft pick, center Russell Bodine out of North Carolina.

Bodine is only the third player in franchise history whose rights the Bengals obtained by trading up in the draft. He was taken 111th overall after the Bengals sent the No. 123 and 199 picks to the Seattle Seahawks to grab Bodine.

---The Dallas Cowboys signed fifth-round pick Devin Street, a wide receiver from Pittsburgh, to a four-year contract.

Street, whose 202 career catches are record at Pitt, finished with 2,901 yards and 16 touchdowns.

---The Buffalo Bills signed fifth-round draft pick Cyril Richardson. Richardson, a 6-foot-4, 343-pound guard, is the two-time Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year out of Baylor.

---A judge sentenced Denver Broncos director of player personnel Matt Russell to seven months in jail and two years' probation.

Russell pleaded guilty to DUI, careless driving and possession of an open container of alcohol. According to reports, Colorado Judicial Branch spokesman Rob McCallum said Russell will be eligible for work release.

Under a Colorado law that provides credit based on time served, Russell's sentence should be completed in 3 1/2 months.