Lost amidst the hubbub of the Miami Dolphins stadium fight and the confirmation of the new logo was the fact the Dolphins added another piece to the offensive line puzzle.
The Miami Dolphins offensive line took an expected hit Monday morning when left tackle Jake Long left the team as a free agent and signed with the St. Louis Rams, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
The Miami Dolphins have addressed several of the team’s needs in free agency, but there are still holes on the roster that will have to be filled either through free agency or the 2013 NFL Draft.
It’s a line you can repeat almost every season, the Miami Dolphins have question marks on the offensive line this year. With the likely exodus of left tackle Jake Long, the Fins need to address the offensive line again either in free agency or the NFL Draft.
The Miami Dolphins may keep Jonathan Martin at left tackle for the 2013 season if they can’t re-sign Jake Long, but that would open a spot at right tackle for the Fins to fill once again in the offseason.
The Miami Dolphins have many big questions to answer in the offseason when it comes to free agency, but one of the biggest questions surrounds former number one overall pick, left tackle Jake Long.
When the Miami Dolphins chose rookie offensive left tackle Jonathan Martin out of Stanford, they knew he would be on a learning curve switching to right tackle. But with the release of the first depth chart, Martin seems to have won the Fins coaching staff over.
It’s tough to miss a 6’8” nearly 340 pound man, but the Miami Hurricanes football team had been doing just that through the first three practices of fall camp.
To quote legendary rock icon Alice Cooper, “School’s out for summer. School’s out forever.” That’s especially good news for the Miami Dolphins as the final three rookies joined offseason team activities Monday morning.
Offensive tackle Jonathan Martin has come to an agreement with the Miami Dolphins on a four-year contract that will pay him just less than $5 million, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.