The Dolphins’ search for offensive line help in the wake of center Mike Pouncey’s hip surgery is reportedly leading them to former Colts center Samson Satele.
Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports that the Dolphins will meet with Satele on Monday. That’s also when former Cardinals guard Daryn Colledge is scheduled to visit with the team and Jackson adds that two other offensive linemen will also work out for the team, although their identities are unknown at the moment.
Satele started his NFL career as a Dolphin after Miami selected him with the 60th overall pick of the 2007 draft. He played two years with the team before they traded him to the Raiders.
Given the amount of experience both Colledge and Satele had, the Dolphins may be planning to fill out their workout list with other available vets. Fernando Velasco, Dan Koppen, Ryan Cook and David Baas all spent time as starting centers in recent seasons and all are currently unemployed.