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The Miami Dolphins didn't address offensive tackle in their free agency splurge and opted to veer from the position in the first couple rounds of the draft despite the significant void left by Jake Long's departure. Their search, however, hasn't ended.According to CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora, the Dolphins are hosting former Atlanta Falcons tackle Tyson Clabo Tuesday, a day after courting ex-Baltimore Raven Bryant McKinnie.Clabo is widely considered the best available free agent right tackle.Miami lost Long, a former All-Pro left tackle, to free agency, and it has yet to solidify his replacement. As of now, its best option is second-year tackle Jonathan Martin, who started last season on the right side but slid all the way left when Long went down to injury.The Dolphins would prefer Martin at right tackle, as they've tinkered with the idea of acquiring free agent Eric Winston and Kansas City Chiefs' Branden Albert. Miami also drafted Tennessee tackle Dallas T...
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The Baltimore Ravens announced today that they’ve signed free agent offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie to a two-year contract. McKinnie had been talking with both the Dolphins and Chargers, but the Ravens ended up sneaking back in the race and were able to close the deal. Without McKinnie, you could argue the Ravens wouldn’t have won the Super Bowl last season. Need NFL Tickets?
Now that the smoke has cleared from the draft weekend, we believe that the Cowboys are doing what they claimed they would be doing this week: Trying to sort through their right tackle situation.
This is clearly difficult when your stated objectives seem to be to handle it at a really cheap price, given the lack of cap room this year, but more importantly are the cap issues that...
Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports that the San Diego Chargers and free agent LT Bryant McKinnie didn’t discuss contract figures during their meeting Tuesday night.
McKinnie mentioned that he’s had ”very good” visit so far. The two sides will meet again today and McKinnie informed Wilson that he’ll be taking a physical at some point as well.
The Chargers are in a desperate need for a left tackle after missing out on the top three left tackles in the draft. According to the UT San Diego’s Michael Gehlken, Bryant McKinnie just had a good visit with the Chargers that has now led to dinner.
Told Bryant McKinnie is amidst a “very good” visit. Having dinner with Chargers tonight. Two sides have yet to talk numbers.
It’s been some time since NFL free agency began, and yet the Baltimore Ravens and offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie have still yet to agree on a new contract.
The 33-year-old mauler is reportedly scheduled to visit the Miami Dolphins Monday. Should he sign with Miami or any other club for that matter, the defending Super Bowl champions would have to make moves to accommodate the...
Baltimore Ravens free agent offensive lineman Bryant McKinnie is visiting the Miami Dolphins training facility today, according to Jeff Darlington of NFL.com.
I'm told free agent tackle Bryant McKinnie is visiting Dolphins' facility today. Team obviously needs a tackle. McKinnie now on the radar.
— Jeff Darlington (@JeffDarlington) April 29, 2013
The Miami Dolphins aren’t wasting any time, trying to find a new offensive tackle. They’ve already restarted talks with the Chiefs for Branden Albert and reached out to Eric Winston once again. Now, according to Jeff Darlington of NFL Network, the Dolphins are bringing in former Ravens left tackle, Bryant McKinnie.
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The Miami Dolphins are still looking to upgrade their offensive line and have brought in former Raven tackle Bryant McKinnie. McKinnie has failed to attract any interest as a free agent after a strong performance during the Ravens Super Bowl run.
Regarded as the best available left tackle on the market, McKinnie is 33 years of age and would represent an upgrade over second-year player...
The Miami Dolphins had their sights set on Kansas City Chiefs offensive lineman Branden Albert earlier this offseason. While those
talks appear to have stalled, the Dolphins have reportedly turned their
attention to another former Chiefs player. Adam Beasley of The Miami Herald
reports that the Dolphins have “maintained steady dialogue” with free agent offensive
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, free agent offensive tackle Eric Winston visited with the Tennessee Titans.
Former Chiefs and Texans OT Eric Winston also visited the Titans today.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 29, 2013
Teams have shown plenty of interest in Winston this offseason after being released by the Chiefs, but he’s clearly taking his time in signing with...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, free agent offensive lineman Eric Winston will be working out for the Miami Dolphins on Wednesday.
And Eric Winston also will be working out Wednesday for the Dolphins, per source.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 30, 2013
The reason why Winston is still on the open market is because of his high asking price and teams are concerned about...
Kansas City Chiefs free agent offensive lineman Eric Winston
will work out for the Miami Dolphins today, according to Albert Breer of
The Dolphins have been in the market for an offensive tackle
since Jake Long signed a lucrative free agent contract with the St. Louis Rams.
After not addressing the need in the draft, Miami has been tied to just about
every available offensive...