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NFL Trade Rumors:
Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald has been informed that the Dolphins will either bench, trade, or release RT Tyson Clabo.
This comes shortly after the news broke that Miami has completed a trade for former Ravens LT Bryant McKinnie.
The Bills took advantage of Clabo on Sunday, as DE Mario Williams racked up a number of sacks.
Pro Football Focus has Clabo rated as the No. 68 offensive tackle out of 75 qualifying players. To make matters worse, they traded for McKinnie who just happens to be their No. 67 offensive tackle.
Miami didn’t exactly break the bank when they signed Clabo. He only received a one-year contract worth $3.5 million, so it will be pretty easy for them to move on if they choose to go that route.
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A few years ago Tyson Clabo was like the gem of free agency, and he ended up getting paid by the Atlanta Falcons. Well after the Falcons cut the 9 year veteran you would think teams should stay away from them, especially when you take into consideration how horrible their line is. Well the Dolphins […]
As I reported earlier, the last three losses I blamed on Tyson Clabo. The guy was garbage, and well he is now probably going to get cut. The Miami Dolphins have traded the Baltimore Ravens for the former All-Pro Left Tackle. Albert Breer @AlbertBreer10m Bryant McKinnie texts me that he’s been dealt to Dolphins. @JayGlazer first […]
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