Trey Flowers Contract

NFL outside linebacker Robert Lee “Trey” Flowers III (born August 16, 1993) plays for the Miami Dolphins of the NFL (NFL). He attended the University of Arkansas and participated in football there.

Blossoms went to high school in Huntsville, Alabama, at Columbia High. According to, he was a three-star prospect. He had previously pledged to play collegiate football for Georgia Tech but later switched to the University of Arkansas. Flowers participated in high school basketball.


NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported on Sunday that the Miami Dolphins had signed Flowers to a one-year, $2.1 million contract. According to Rapoport, Flowers’ incentive pay could reach $3 million.

Flowers had a tryout with Miami earlier this week, so the signing makes sense. After spending the previous three seasons in Detroit, Flowers has returned to the AFC East, where he played for four seasons (2015-2018) and won two Super Bowl rings with the Patriots. Flowers, a seven-year veteran who has recorded 31.5 sacks, would likely be able to contribute immediately to the Dolphins’ defense thanks to his experience with defensive coordinator Josh Boyer’s scheme.

An experienced player who cost the Lions $90 million over five years is a tremendous bargain for Miami (Flowers was a cap casualty this offseason). Despite the fact that Flowers’ stint with the Lions was as forgettable as the regime that signed him to that contract, the 29-year-old will get a second opportunity with the revamped Dolphins. Gregg Rosenthal’s ranking of the best 101 available free agents for the 2022 season has Flowered at number 44.

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Trey Flowers Contract

Flowers agreed to a $90 million contract with the Detroit Lions over the course of five years. By joining the Lions, Flowers was reunited with former Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola, who had signed with the team three days before, and with former Patriots defensive coordinator Matt Patricia, who had been the Lions’ head coach the previous season.

Flowers has 8 tackles and a sack of Carson Wentz in the Lions’ 27-24 win over the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 3. Monday Night Football’s 22-23 defeat to the Green Bay Packers in Week 6 was marred by two contentious and expensive hands-to-the-face penalties issued on Flowers. Flowers had his best sacking game of the season in week 8 against the New York Giants, a 31-26 victory.

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While the Bears were down 27-23, Flowers had his first sack of the year on Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. Flowers recorded a strip sack of Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew in Week 6; the Lions later recovered the fumble and went on to win, 34-16. After suffering an injury in Week 8, Flowers was put on injured reserve on November 2.

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