There are definitely concerns for the Miami Dolphins on the offensive line. Jake Long, a former first overall pick and perennial Pro Bowler, is now in St. Louis. The guard position opposite Richie Incognito is also a big area of worry for 2013. But the two more important pieces to Miami's offensive front will rest in the middle and on the far left side of the line.
Second-year tackle Jonathan Martin. (Photo: Bleacher Report)
Second-year man Jonathan Martin will be the starter at left tackle for Miami and will be tasked with replacing Long. Martin started all 16 games for Miami last season beginning the year at right tackle before transitioning to the left side after Long suffered a season-ending injury.
A former All-American by a number of publications at Stanford, Martin was taken by the Dolphins in the second round of the 2012 NFL Draft. Martin struggled at times last season, but has put on weight and will arrive at camp around 310 pounds. He has excellent feet, but t...