Two days after dumping free agent bust Gibril Wilson, the Dolphins are working on acquiring another safety.
Steelers free safety Ryan Clark arrived in Miami Sunday evening, according to Jeff Darlington of the Miami Herald.
“There were a lot of good offers, and a lot of good fits,” Clark said upon arrival. “But this
seems like a good spot. So I’m praying it goes well.”
Clark says he chose his first visit carefully, and hope he doesn’t make another.
“That’s the reason
we waited so long to take any [free agent] trips,” Clark said. “We had interested
teams that I didn’t really want to go to, and I didn’t want to try to
make myself look busy by going to a bunch of different places.”
Keeping the big hitter doesn’t appear to be a big priority for the Steelers, and the Dolphins look ready to spend more of owner Stephen Ross’ money this offseason.