The Miami Dolphins are working out wide receivers, including Donte Stallworth, who reached a plea agreement to a DUI manslaughter charge after he hit and killed a man on the MacArthur Causeway in 2009, according to published reports.
Stallworth was cut by the New England Patriots earlier this week after signing a one-year deal with the team. In his nine-year career, Stallworth has 320 receptions for 4,774 yards and 34 touchdowns.
In March 2009, 59-year-old Mario Reyes was killed crossing the MacArthur Causeway while Stallworth was driving drunk, according to police. In June, Stallworth served 24 days in jail to fulfill the first part of his plea agreement. Stallworth's plea deal also included two years of house arrest and eight years on probation, among other costs. He also was suspended by the NFL for the 2009 season.
The Dolphins went winless during the preseason and lack depth at wide receiver after cutting Chad Johnson earlier this month. Late Wednesday, the team's plane clipped another plane in Dallas, grounding it for several hours as the team waited for a new plane to take them to Fort Lauderdale.