The Miami Dolphins have agreed to a one-year deal with Tyson Clabo. Clabo, 31, has previously played right tackle for the Atlanta Falcons.
Miami’s signing of Clabo appears to lock Jonathan Martin in as the Dolphins left tackle.
The Dolphins had attempted to acquire Branden Albert from Kansas City but the two teams failed to work out a deal leading up to and during the NFL Draft.
Clabo had recently drawn interest from the Dallas Cowboys among other teams. Last season he ranked as the NFL’s fifth-best right tackle in Pro Football Focus’ ratings. His addition to the Dolphins should provide good protection for second year starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill.