Found May 07, 2013 on Gridiron Grit:
The Miami Dolphins have signed nine-year veteran offensive tackle Tyson Clabo, along with undrafted rookie free agent linebacker David Hinds after the team concluded rookie mini-camp Sunday. After hitting the open market, Clabo says he had interest in taking his talents down to South Beach. “When I was released and became a free agent, one of the first things that we (Clabo and his agent) wanted to find out was, who had interest,” said Clabo. “Once we found out who had interest, I sat down and I said, ‘What team do I think has use and is on the move upward in the League’ and Miami was right there on the top of that list and so we decided that this was the place for us. “We made some big moves in the off-season and in free agency, the draft looked like it went really well, you never know but it seems like there is some talent,” he added. “The young QB (Ryan Tannehill) with a lot of upside and I just felt like we could make some noise.” Photo Credit: MiamiDolphins.com Clabo joins the ...
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