It appears his time in Miami will be brief.
According to a report from the Baltimore Sun's Ravens Insider, Aaron Wilson, former Michigan running back Fitzgerald Toussaint will be signing a contract with the Ravens.
Toussaint auditioned for the Ravens shortly after the NFL Draft on a tryout basis and was recently in Miami to audition for the Dolphins as well. During his Michigan career, he rushed for over 2200 yards and 13 touchdowns and was sidelined in 2012 with a season-ending leg injury. He was also Michigan's first running back to rush for over 1000 yards since Mike Hart.
In a recent email exchange with his agent, Vincent Calo, he said that Toussaint's chances at a contract with Baltimore were good after the weekend tryout. It appears those chances are working in their favor.
Toussaint joins Thomas Gordon (Giants) and Cam Gordon (Patriots) as Michigan's three UDFAs who have signed a deal with an NFL team.