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As Training Camps kicks off around the nation, Evan Mathis remains the best available player on the interior offensive line, an area where the Dolphins have question marks.

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“Unless they sign Even Mathis, you’re talking about two relatively inexperienced guards probably playing this year,” the Palm Beach Post’s Andrew Abramson said on the Big O Show on the heels of Day 1 of Training Camp. “I think you can possibly overcome that if you have good play from your offensive tackles. But obviously they’re not going to get that unless Branden Albert is fully healthy. That might be the number one thing to watch as training camp goes on.

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“What I know about Evan Mathis is, yeah, the Dolphins have interest. Why wouldn’t they have interest? This is a guy who’s one of the better guards in the league … I think the thing with Mathis though is he wants to get as much money as possible. And for him, a veteran like him who’s 33 years old, he doesn’t need to go out and sign with a team today. Now, he needs to sign soon. You want to be there in training camp. You’ve got to get used to your new team. So, I would imagine he signs soon.”

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